Flaring brake lines help
tquattroguy at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 14 00:40:47 EDT 2003
I just go to Shucks or NAPA and buy a metric brake line close to
the right lenth. Then bend it to fit. They come in 6"
increments and a bending tool is like $5. If you have an extra
couple inches its easy to take up with an extra bend or two.
NOt the BEST way but the Metric Double Flares are a pain.
--- Kneale Brownson <knotnook at traverse.com> wrote:
> At 07:23 PM 04/13/2003 -0400, Martin, Gary G wrote:
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> >Trying to replace the brake lines on my 200, and as usual,
> one (well
> >actually three) brake line nuts on the front refuse to budge.
> One of these
> >connects the brake hose to the line that goes to the ABS
> unit, which is my
> >main concern. Anybody with experience and wisdom concerning
> flaring these
> >lines, I need some help. I have no experience flaring lines,
> but it looks
> >like I'm going to be getting some. Any help much
> No BTDT yet, but I'm betting you'll need metric double flare
> flaring tools.
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