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Old 01-31-2008, 05:57 PM
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brake lines

i need to replace my rear brake line from the master cylinder back. The brake hose to the the cab is just standard brake line but it switchs to a different type right at the cab. I think it is a female fitting on the one end but i don't know what fitting will screw into the master cylinder. Will i have to find the fitting and make the flare myself? Also would they sell this at advanced auto?
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