Nice! Thanks bro. I actually went to Advance Auto Parts and all 3 of the employees said I should just replace full line lol. Would you happen to have a link with a good one to ebay or amazon?Your local auto parts store should have a brake line splice kit you can use to fix that. You'll need to bleed the brake line once you have spliced it.
So you saying I should cut the line and get them together, but instead of using compression, I should use flaring tool?Whatever you do do not use a compression fitting.
Yes the correct fix it to reolace the line....
You are trying to get out of a $10 1 hour job here.
You CAN fix it but to do it correctly requires cutting, adding 2 fittings and double flaring the line and threading them into a coupler.... will look just like the pic above...
That is a perfectly correct fix IF you do it right and the line doesn't split when you double flare it.
Replacing the damaged line leaves almost no chance of a mistake...
All that's riding on this is your life and the lives of everyone around you.
I think the length is 105.5, so I might have to get one in 72 and one in 40. Will that one mentioned above work as far as fitment goes? I also have inverted 3/16 union. Will that work with those lines?
Of course they do and will kink easily too, if you don't use a tubing bender.The ones I got bend easily.
Single flare lines are not Brake lines do not use them!!! They have a higher risk of failure!!!Here is my question. I got tubes with regular flares. Will my inverted flare union work with regular single flares?