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07-31-2006 03:57 PM
Bluesman Repair the section and/or use flex.
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If you have the tubing tools, flare, tubing bender and such it's not too bad.

I would buy a replacement piece that is pre-bent and install that myself.

Good luck.
07-31-2006 03:12 PM
squarelightsahara
Brake Line

Anyone have any experience running a new brake line to the rear? I had one split on me while I was stopping. The pedal went to the floor and it sprayed fluid everywhere. It split just under the rear seat. I am not too excited about the project. I was considering leaving it to the professionals. My YJ has been parked in the garage for a few weeks. It looks sad and I need to get it going again.

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