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Old 09-24-2014, 10:18 AM   #1
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Dorman C95198 cables correct for both sides for p cables? I read conflicting information about the brakes hoses.. Some people say the hoses from the drums are fine, while others feel there is not enough hose length for suspension travel.. What is most correct, the hoses are usable or there is a more proper hose? Would like to know before I change struts and spring height..

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Dorman C95198 cables correct for both sides for p cables? I read conflicting information about the brakes hoses.. Some people say the hoses from the drums are fine, while others feel there is not enough hose length for suspension travel.. What is most correct, the hoses are usable or there is a more proper hose? Would like to know before I change struts and spring height..
When I did mine I used the disc brake hoses and removed the drum ones, I personally didnt want to worry about it and wanted it dont right, I would get the OEM park brake cables from the junkyard, Any 96-98 SL/SW with rear disc brakes the cables will be compatable.

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The hoses are fine...

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Used cables would be easy enough, but they may be worn/stretched which is why I was asking about part numbers. I have a tendency not to trust used brake parts, sort of have my life on the line, so pulling used hoses would be done by me in an act of desperation to avoid being stranded. I questioning myself about replacing hubs when I get down to the project finally, simply because I would be in that point of disassembly.. However they are not making noise/rumbles yet. So I hymn and haw. I know it took some motivation to remove hubs from a donor car, and I wonder if the impact damaged the bearing, even though they are heavy duty.. Yes, I encourage to do things the right way, life's to short to waste to much time...

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