What is the wall thickness of the tubing you need to bend? You don't need a mandrel bender, just a hand bender available from any industrial supply house, for tubing up to .065" wall thickness. .035" wall will handle the pressure just fine, though .065" would give more vibration tolerance, it just takes some muscle to bend. You could even eliminate the short braided sections with bent hard line (with different fittings).
'65 A-code coupe, T-10 4-speed, 8" 3.25 limited slip
Last edited by stephen_wilson; 12-20-2015 at 10:21 AM.