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Unread 03-18-2012, 06:22 PM   #1
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Brake line rough estimate

Just replaced the works on my 02's rear brakes. Drums, shoes, wheel cylinders and all the hardware. I found some iffy spots on the hard lines and the flares stuck to the fitting for the wheel cylinders anyway. So, I'll have to replace the lines on both sides.

Anyone have a rough estimate as to the length I'll need for each side. I guess I can reuse the fitting ends as they look great and I have a flaring tool. I'm guessing they are all 3/16 but really wonder what the length is since I haven't taken them off yet and lost the daylight. Sort of a pain to measure with all those bends.

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