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They are brand new calipers and springs.

I was just going to leave all the TTB stuff there but now since the brake fluid is all drained out I am going to redo the whole thing.

Change to center drop, new extended SS line, new SS lines going to each side, new calipers, new pads.
 

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They are brand new calipers and springs.

I was just going to leave all the TTB stuff there but now since the brake fluid is all drained out I am going to redo the whole thing.

Change to center drop, new extended SS line, new SS lines going to each side, new calipers, new pads.
Center drop is the way to go...I got new line from NAPA that I bent to my own specs and ran from the master cylinder.
 

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That's the part I am still and little fuzzy on.

Lines from the center to the outers are easy. The center drop flex line is easy. But, how to connect from the top of the center line to the master.

So for example this hose - http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-22562-7-extended-front-axle-hose.html

Goes from the center of the diff and up into the engine bar, right?

So where does that upper end plug into?
 

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That's the part I am still and little fuzzy on.

Lines from the center to the outers are easy. The center drop flex line is easy. But, how to connect from the top of the center line to the master.

So for example this hose - http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-22562-7-extended-front-axle-hose.html

Goes from the center of the diff and up into the engine bar, right?

So where does that upper end plug into ?
It should go to the proportioning valve.


By the way, I plan on running that line for the center

This line for the outer left - http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-22568-outer-axle-hose-left.html

And this line for the outer right - http://broncograveyard.com/bronco/i-22569-outer-axle-hose-right.html

I am guessing that nut looking thing about half way through the line is what interfaces with some sort of support bracket on the axle?

Originally a 78-79 Bronco had metal lines from the T connector to soft hose to the caliper, all one unit. The nut on the JBG lines is for the bracket that held the stock lines.
 

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no we don't have a proportioning valve on these.
 

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That's what I thought.

I was reading in the thread you linked me that you used a union to couple of hard line from the MC to the hard-line end of the drop line, correct?
correct, NAPA carries the part that is used for the union.
 
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