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After getting off the trail I noticed my break pedal was really loose. I thought i snapped a break line under the jeep somewhere. It ended up being this piece was leaking under the hood.
What piece is this?
Can i get it at my local cart parts store or do i need to order a one offline?
Please send me a link of where i can buy one of these, Thank you.


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after getting off the trail i noticed my break pedal was really loose. I thought i snapped a break line under the jeep somewhere. It ended up being this piece was leaking under the hood. What piece is this? Can i get it at my local cart parts store or do i need to order a one offline? Please send me a link of where i can buy one of these, thank you. Attach]3400442
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You will either need to bend a new line from store bought generic lines and adaptors yourself or buy a premade exact fit line from a vendor. It is not difficult either way but be sure you are comfortable doing this type of work yourself. Also the rest of your lines are not far behind failing insect carefully
 

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You will either need to bend a new line from store bought generic lines and adaptors yourself or buy a premade exact fit line from a vendor. It is not difficult either way but be sure you are comfortable doing this type of work yourself. Also the rest of your lines are not far behind failing insect carefully
Can you point me in the direction of where to get one of these online. I have 0 idea what its called.
Will my local pep boys have one of these?
 

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There are several venders of pre bent tubing. Inline tube comes to mind. You usually need to buy a kit to get a single piece but you may want to replace other pieces do to the rusting issue. This piece may also be available from the dealer. The job is more involved then just replacing the piece of tubing you will also need to bleed the system. Not to be rude but if this is beyond your skill set please take it to a professional this is a safety concern.
 
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