Had a bunch of kids and stopped working on my cars for almost a decade...now I'm back, so hello again everyone. I have my 55 f100 fully disassembled and am had everything sandblasted - so I'm essentially staring from scratch on some things... 383 small block Chev, Ford 9", Fatman Fab front suspension, modern underneath, old school custom outside. Question: I have a CPP under-floor brake pedal/booster/master cylinder setup, standard Ford 9" drums out back, Mustand 2 calipers (of some sort) up front... I was hoping to plumb the brake lines with stainless, do I do AN or standard fittings? Double flares on stainless is a PITA if I stay standard - But I suppose I'll have to use a lot of adapter fittings if I go AN. Your thoughts and recommendations? Thanks!