04779256AB 1 Master Cylinder to Valves, WithI see, well I might just get them from Summit Racing since its pretty cheap compared to going on the mopar website. However, the lines from the master cylinder to the junction block are confusing. There are two of them and both of them look the exact same in the pictures. However, they say that one of them is for abs and the other is non-abs. 4779256AB and the 04779065AB.
Your friend must have made up new brake lines from roll stock for the Concorde?I have a set of OEM rear brake lines (thanks to PEVA) that i have not used. These go from the front (under the headlight) to the rear wheels. I'm near Indianapolis. Where are you located?
Part numbers: 05083038AA and 05083039AA
Because of the amount on salt they use in his area (one hour north), he has been repairing brake lines for the last 30 years and likes to use nickel/copper (i think that's what it is) for its flexibility and long life. Besides, when I left your house and got to his I told him right off the bat that the OEM brake lines were mine! I was going to use them on my 13k mile Corde but sold it before getting 'round to it.Your friend must have made up new brake lines from roll stock for the Concorde?
The bumper is held on by four plastic pins on top, three inside each fender well (I use the plastic pins because I know I'm going to take the bumper off again sometime in the future) and about 10 across the bottom (seems like 10 when you're taking them back out).It has the same interior as mine too! Speaking of the bumper though. My front bumper seems like its coming off. It doesn't want to stay in its location anymore. I don't know if its the clips that hold it in or the bumper itself. Any ideas on how to fix it?
I've always loved those rims it has. I searched for them on the web and I can't find them anymore. The only one's I find are the types that have the holes or dents in them. It really sucks, mainly because I was thinking about putting a full-size spare in the trunk and I wanted all of the wheels to match.