I know this is a far drive for ya but, G&J aircraft in Ontario (909-986-6534) has stock type ends for Yota's, so you can use the exhisting frame clips, no adapters. Made as long as you need. Made all 3 of mine for under $50 too.
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I did the double brake line setup in an older truck a long time ago.
got mine made at a place called TMR (torino motor racing) in the city of orange, around the corner from the old baja shop location off of batavia. about $20, made in 10 minutes while i waited. orange-oceanside isn't a short drive, but if you're in the area.....
FWIW I don't like the premade hoses. They have a very small, unsupported nipple btwn the crimp sleave and the fitting. I have seen several break there. If you order ready-mades with the unique fittings needed so that you don't have to buy adapters, then when you break a hose end off you're screwed. If you buy the adapters & hoses with normal -3 ends, then when a hose end breaks off and you thot ahead & brought a screw-together hose end with you, you can easily make a field repair.
I used swerve around my halucinations, now I drive right thru them.
The hoses are pretty beefy as well as the ends on the premade ones Earls sells. If your breaking end fittings(banjos, etc) then there being over extended or there being bashed in such as way as would indicate to me there not routed properly or unprotected?