I am upgrading to the Lebaron 11.25 brakes on my 86 se. The rear left brake cable is too short. I know that the Fiero Store in the past has made a cable that is 4 inches longer, but has anyone used a Pontiac 6000 left rear brake cable? DPWood mentions it in the write up for the GrandAm/Seville brakes, but I cannot find anyone using this cable with the Lebaron 11.25 brakes.
The Fiero store has been good enough to make a special longer than stock set of cables for the Lebaron swap. They are 4 inches longer and of a very good quality. The price is the same as the regular cables around $20 each. I put a set on my 87GT and they fit perfectly.
Anybody else needed longer lines. I have NOS rear cables, not reproductions. Even came in GM boxes. I think that I remember hearing (over 5 years ago) that the original cables are a little bit longer than reproductions at that time.
My car was all original, including the brake cables. I'm sure because I'm the original owner. The stock GM cables were definitely too short for the Lebaron swap. I got the Fiero Store to make longer ones for the big brake swaps in 87 and older Fieros.
Oh crap is a strange response when you are given a cheap solution to your problem. I paid the set-up charges to make the cables available to the rest of you. $40 is nothing when it solves a problem and will be the last set of rear cables you will buy.