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I recently got a 65 Mustang coupe with a 200 ci engine and a 3-speed auto and all-around drum brakes. The brakes aren't not working at the moment and the lines have no fluid. I have been unable to find a brake line kit for my car's specifications. Any links would help. Thank you!
 

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NPD (or any Mustang vendor really) ought to have what you need.

You'll just need to sort out whether you need the lines for power brakes or manual and all that. It's probably quicker just to call them and tell them what you need. If you want to replace everything you'll need (let's see if I remember everything):
The lines from the master cylinder to the distribution valve
Distribution valve to driver front tire
Distribution valve to passenger front tire
Soft line to driver front tire
Soft line to passenger front tire
Distribution valve to the rear
Soft line in the rear to the axle
Axle to passenger rear tire
Axle to driver rear tire
Master cylinder
4 new wheel cylinders
 

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NPD (or any Mustang vendor really) ought to have what you need.

You'll just need to sort out whether you need the lines for power brakes or manual and all that. It's probably quicker just to call them and tell them what you need. If you want to replace everything you'll need (let's see if I remember everything):
The lines from the master cylinder to the distribution valve
Distribution valve to driver front tire
Distribution valve to passenger front tire
Soft line to driver front tire
Soft line to passenger front tire
Distribution valve to the rear
Soft line in the rear to the axle
Axle to passenger rear tire
Axle to driver rear tire
Master cylinder
4 new wheel cylinders
Thank you so much! this helps out tremendously.
 

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This is also a great time to switch to a dual chamber master cylinder.

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