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Old 06-23-2004, 11:54 AM
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Ditto on the replacement of the line. Compression fittings are only good for small water lines around the house, or for connecting mechanical gauges on your car.

Buy the pre-flared tubing at NAPA, and put a new piece in there. They sell it in various lengths up to 40". If you need a longer piece just join them together with brass inverted flare female connectors. You always need a double flared piece of steel tubing for brake lines, and the ones from NAPA are that way. If you buy un-flared tubing or cut a piece, you will need a double flare tubing kit to flare your own.

Good luck

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