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    Original Piper Brake Line Exit

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    Iíve asked about this before and Iím still not quite understanding how Piper had the brake lines exit the fuselage. Iím hoping to keep them inside and exit just behind the front gear fitting. The drawing shows them at quite an angle and Iím not sure thatís correct. I planned on using flexible ss braided lines from the master to the caliper with a union near the top to facilitate float changes. If anyone has ideas pictures that would be awesome.
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    See this thread for a discussion. I know Steve Pierce posted a covering pic but it’s not in that thread.

    https://www.supercub.org/forum/showt...15-Brake-Lines

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    Yes I saw it and posted in it as well. I just want to be sure before I go cutting and gluing.
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    I couldn’t find the thread but I had saved the pictures.
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    Awesome!! Thank you very much. That’s what I needed. The gromet under the fabric I can make.
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    That is how Piper did it.
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    Easily done. Thanks.
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    would love to see more pic

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    Sure. 1966 model. 2000#, xbrace, dogleg, weld in extended baggage, float fittings, belly pod tabs, rear metal belly, L21 windows etc.


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