I don't like getting beat. So after thinking about it last night, I figured that the difference between the Inline Tube pre bent brake line set for 93-94 (What I have - I bought it when I was planning on reviving the '93 EB) and the 95-96 kit couldn't be all that much - in regards to the lines I need - which are the lines that go from the ABS pump to each caliper.
WARNING: If you plan on buying pre bent lines - go for it. But I will tell you not to rip your old lines out without trying to keep them intact. It's almost impossible not to tweak or even cut the old lines to get them out, and to make it even more fun - the new brake lines aren't labeled.
If you aren't good at puzzles - find somebody who is.
The new line set comes with two unions. Unions that join normal double flared lines. From going through them all - one of the unions is for the front most line that goes into the ABS pump. This line (far left in my picture) goes from the ABS pump on top of the LH frame rail, bends down inside the frame rail and connects (union) to the brake line headed towards the rear.
So here's the lines I'm talking about. From the LH fender well.
The line on the right leads to the RH caliper. The middle line goes to the LH caliper.
The line on the left is the one I mentioned above - goes to the rear.
NOTE: The line on the left at the ABS pump has a small connector, the middle line is larger and the right line is another small connection. You can tell which lines go to the ABS pump because they are bubble flares.
So the second union supplied by Inline Tube connects the line (right in picture) that runs to the RH caliper. The line connects with the second part of the run right against the frame rail.
I went ahead and replaced the middle line (going to LH caliper) because I was in there. I left the line heading towards the rear along. Didn't want to fight the connection where it goes into a union heading towards the rear. It looks fine.
I took all the lines with bubble flares and mocked up each until I figured out what went where.
The HARDEST part of this job - so far - was getting the lines in place where they connect to the ABS pump. Had to remove the 3 13mm bolts holding the ABS pump on the bracket, and physically move it enough to run the lines. They run right up close to the LH shock tower.
I have big hands. No room to get the fittings started. Finally able to get to it from above, holding the ABS pump at and angle and threading the fitting with the other.
Now all I have to do is tweak the line that goes to the LH Caliper and tweak and connect the line(s) that head to the RH caliper.
Juggling yard work, and other stuff doesn't help.
IF YOU WANT TO BEND REPLACEMENT LINES:
Buddy of mine gave me a great tip. Go get some aluminum armature wire (it's for sculptures etc) from the local hobby shop. You can get 1/8" version at a hobby store CHEAP. It's easy to bend by hand, and it retains it shape. Perfect for making a template for bending a line.