Nylaflo brake lines work just fine. RVs have been using them for decades.
I do NOT recommend using them all the way to the caliper, especially on the "A" models. The brakes on "A" models sometimes get pretty hot because many people over-use them for steering. A little prop blast on the rudder will usually turn the airplane just fine. I typically use solid lines down the gear leg to the caliper.
As always YMMV.
Mel Asberry, DAR since the last century. Over 1,000 certifications accomplished.
EAA Flight Advisor/Tech Counselor, Friend of the RV-1
Recipient of Tony Bingelis Award and Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award
USAF Vet, High School E-LSA Project Mentor.
RV-6 Flying since 1993 (sold)
Last edited by Mel : 08-21-2020 at 02:56 PM.