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Old 02-13-2019, 12:45 PM
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Where is going to be the cleanest place for my front brake fittings?I forgot to add that Im doing this on a 94 hatchback eg
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Read Here:

https://honda-tech.com/forums/suspen...2103425/page3/

Old thread, so some pics probably don't work.

There's a ton of options, creativity is the whole point of doing a tuck. People have run them through the cabin, through the frame rails, etc. It's dealer's choice. Try to minimize the number of fittings for reliability, while keeping serviceability in mind.
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Its not the pictures that dont work but the easy to read index of knowledge in the thread. I was searing for what size drill bit to use so I said **** it and went ACE HW and found out that I need a 5/16ths bit for the bulkhead
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