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No, that part number only covers the 2 front to rear lines. It's been awhile since I've looked at Gen I/II rear brake lines, but I'm sure you could modify a Gen III line to work for you. Your local ford dealer should stock the line or be able to order it for you. Worse comes to worse, you can measure the length, obtain a length of 3/16" line from your local parts store, bend it to fit and take it to a local garage to put the ISO bubble flares on it.
I just replaced all the brake lines from the distribution block in the front to the bias block in the rear, and then the two lines to the calipers. If you do want to tackle this project, its not that hard, just make sure you have all the right information. I used a standard 45 degree double flaring tool. I used adapters at the blocks for the iso flares. The weird thing is that the front block uses m-10 bubble flare fittings, then m-12 fittings in the bias block from the front. Then m-10 fittings out to the calipers. The really strange part is the end of the lines going to the soft lines for the calipers. The passenger side is standard inverted flare with a 3/8 24 fitting, while the driver side is the same but with a 7/16 24 fitting.
We are looking at having reproductions made of both parts for ABS Gen II (should fit Gen I, we hope), as well as the rear and front lines, with stainless steel line.
We have these in hand, just need to install them on a car to prove they fit. This is every hard line on the car - 2 from the MC to the ABS module, 1 from the module to the LF flex line and 3 from the module to the distribution block, including the female fittings to go in the block - i.e. the 'ABS bundle', followed by the rest of the hard lines (block to RF, 2 block to rear bias valve, 2 rear bias valve to rear flex lines). The 2 front-rear long lines are cut in half and unioned for shipping/ease of installation (or if someone only wants the front or rear half), as is the RF line.
We will announce pricing of the kit and individual lines shortly.