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Old 11-12-2009, 12:07 PM   #1
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I am converting my NA miata with ABS to non ABS. So, I need the lines in the engine compartment that would bypass the ABS pump. It's a spec miata, that is why I am bypassing it. And that pump is not light, so its got to go. If anyone needs ABS parts for an NA let me know...
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How soon do you need them? I have my 96 that will be taken apart around March that has no ABS. I would just give them to you.
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i have a 89 im stripping down right now. i had no plans of pulling the brake lines but i can
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I will have a set soon as well.
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This car has to be ready by first weekend of February, hopefully earlier to get some testing done. Need them some time in the next few weeks.
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If they are the same as the NB I will have a set this weekend, if they are NA specific, then it will be end of November before I have a set.
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This car has to be ready by first weekend of February, hopefully earlier to get some testing done. Need them some time in the next few weeks.
ill have a line wrench tonight, so i should have all of them off by tomorrow.
but id have to ship them if thats ok with you. im in West Virginia
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Okay I pulled all my lines today and the ABS unit, if anyone needs that, let me know. I am now curiou show the rear brake line is routed. The one I have come up trans tunnel and terminates at the ABS unit.
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I had to replace some rusted and stripped hard lines last year, that was no fun!!
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Okay I pulled all my lines today and the ABS unit, if anyone needs that, let me know. I am now curiou show the rear brake line is routed. The one I have come up trans tunnel and terminates at the ABS unit.
so do you need all 4 now?
i already have both front off for you
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I don't know how we would ship the long line that goes to the rear, it's pretty long...yeah, I hated pulling these, my lines were immaculate.
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I don't know how we would ship the long line that goes to the rear, it's pretty long...yeah, I hated pulling these, my lines were immaculate.
I usually break out my tape measure and go to walmart to look for shipping boxes when they are putting out stock.
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I don't know how we would ship the long line that goes to the rear, it's pretty long...yeah, I hated pulling these, my lines were immaculate.
im assuming youve never made a box before? lol
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I usually break out my tape measure and go to walmart to look for shipping boxes when they are putting out stock.
that could work
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I have made a **** load of boxes (more than you can imagine), matter of fact they give me crap at work about running a second business out of my office because so many car parts come in and out. A 6' long(maybe longer) package is going to cost a semi ridiculous amount of money to ship. That's my concern.

You won't believe how happy I was when I got my CF hard top and it had over 100 linear feet of bubble wrap on it. I am set for bubble wrap for the next year.... I haven't thrown away a box in 5 years; I keep them all becuase chances are I'll need it to ship some part I don't have. Matter of fact, the box I shipped zoomin' door panels in was quite a piece of work. He can chime in when he gets it.
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I have made a **** load of boxes (more than you can imagine), matter of fact they give me crap at work about running a second business out of my office because so many car parts come in and out. A 6' long(maybe longer) package is going to cost a semi ridiculous amount of money to ship. That's my concern.

You won't believe how happy I was when I got my CF hard top and it had over 100 linear feet of bubble wrap on it. I am set for bubble wrap for the next year.... I haven't thrown away a box in 5 years; I keep them all becuase chances are I'll need it to ship some part I don't have. Matter of fact, the box I shipped zoomin' door panels in was quite a piece of work. He can chime in when he gets it.
well i got the motor/trans out, ill pull the brake lines tomorrow and check the full size
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