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    Erik Karlson
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    Is dryer flex hose bad for brake cooling ducts?

    It was whtie plastic/rubber. I sprayed it bleck with high temp paint


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    I wouldn\'t use it. Brake cooling hose is $5 each

    or so from suppliers like safe quip
    <a href="http://www.safequipracingproducts.com/">Safe Quip</a>
    1212 O'Sheal Road
    Irmo, SC 29063
    Telephone : 803-732-0937
    Fax: 803-732-9921
    Email: [email protected]

    Not affliated w/ them

    Shelby




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    another source ...

    for about $6/ft you can get Aeroduct CEET 12 (3" dia) which is an aircraft quality 2 layer hose. It is what Bimmerworld sell with their brake cooling kits. I found it online at univair.com

    bruce

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