If you are installing RV-8 Grove landing gear legs (which have internally drilled brake lines) and are pondering your options for connecting the fitting at the bottom of the leg to the brake caliper you may consider this simple solution:
I was going to bend hard aluminum lines to connect these two points as the plans suggest but decided (as many others have) to use flexible lines instead.
For reference I checked to see how VA-102 (a braided fuel pressure sensing hose included in the firewall forward kit) would work and to my surprise the length was perfect.
So, I decided I’ll go with that instead of having custom lines fabricated or buying the special tools needed to make my own.
I Ordered Van's VA-102 hoses ($15.50) and a 45° AN823-4D fitting at the caliper with a 90° AN822-4D at the bottom of each gear leg to make the hose curve comfortably and applied LocTite 567 to the threads (not the flares).
Hope this may be useful to others.