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1964 Safari brake line retaining clips


Does anyone know where I can purchase new front brake line/hose retaining clips?  I check around with local auto parts stores and brake repair centers but they don't have them.

The old ones rusted through and the new hoses didn't come with them.



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Dorman  484-220 I bought some from my local jobber before. I am sure these were the number I used on my 64 vert

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Thank you, this is very helpful.  Not much available online, but maybe the local shops can reference that number to a stock item.



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I think I found them at NAPA on one of those racks with various small parts and fasteners, if you are looking for the clip that is a loop and a bolt.

Show Cars lists these here (it says they snap into the frame, but do not say what year they fit):

http://www.show-cars.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=1027

 

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ZigZag wrote:

Does anyone know where I can purchase new front brake line/hose retaining clips?  I check around with local auto parts stores and brake repair centers but they don't have them.

The old ones rusted through and the new hoses didn't come with them.


 The original GM part# was 476737 and changed up to 334961 and those were a single sided clip with a little tab on top, you can google those numbers and find them, GM in their infinite wisdom of part# changes have changed them up to 22555667 that is available from GM but they're a double sided clip and when that happened most guys did not like or use them on classics, pity, they work but are not the same.

 

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