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post #16 of 16 Old 05-01-2013, 08:13 AM
Uniblurb
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Hope that solves your problem coralman. I'm currently replacing/making all the brake lines on my wife's 2000 TJ and worked on it past dark last night. My ZJ's next and it's really hard to keep all the dirt/rust out of the fittings. I'm taping the ends of the lines while feeding them, putting small pieces of rags in the open fittings, and hope I don't end up with the same problem you had.

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