Heritage used to do them, but not cheap. We used Kunifer tubing, quite easy to bend, (over the knee), and won't ever rust. Got it from a hydraulics supplier, take a bit of the old one to get the right outside diameter.
Yes, my '66 Land Rover has a similar set up, except in that case its a remote cylinder feeding both brake and clutch master - I just got those made up by a motor factor. Nothing special, anywhere that makes up brake pipes should be able to do them, but ideally you'll have to take the old ones with you to make sure they use the right bore pipe and get the flares correct.The operator suggested a couple of ideas, that they think Landrover and Mini Metros used some similar remote reservoir and had similar bore pipes, and that a supplier of Landrover or Metro parts may be able to help.
www.vwheritage.comcamparikiller said:yeah, I need some of these too.
can someone give me the heritage website so i can get some blue flexible brake fluid hose?
can you do without the steel ones and just use flexible hose or is that just asking for trouble?