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Old 05-22-2011, 10:39 AM
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Master cylinder brake line fittings

Well I searched and found nothing so I'll ask,,,,,,, What size brake line fittings are on thr master cylinder and the proportioning valve? I did AZ and Advance auto today and none of there fittings were correct....
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Well I searched and found nothing so I'll ask,,,,,,, What size brake line fittings are on thr master cylinder and the proportioning valve? I did AZ and Advance auto today and none of there fittings were correct....
Hello,

I can't give you a definate answer. But, I just replaced a rear line on my 97 and NAPA had a adapter for a 3/16 replacement brake line to the Ford wheel cyl.

If the fittings on the m/c are the same as the wheel cyl. it will work.

On a side note. I was very suprised I needed an adapter for a Ford.
Who carries stock Ford line other than dealers?
First time I saw that on a domestic.

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Thanks , I checked all over town today (Sunday) and no luck tomorrow I'll try NAPA or the dealer,,,,,,,,,,, I remember the same scenario on the rear brake lines and NAP{A got me thru on that the dealer with there high prices is always the last resort.
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