Yea I would try to do it yourself. You just need the parts and a double flaring tool set. And I would use union fitting not compression if you have to connect 2 lines. You can just bend the lines gently by hand for the most part. If you have 2 buy a bender it will prob. cost around $10. I work in a shop and that is how we do it so it is perfectly safe and practical.
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