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Old 10-18-2008, 10:39 AM
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Question Need rear brake line fitting size and length,94 ?

Does anyone know off hand the rear metal brake line fitting size for a 1994 2wd 300 six f-150. I was told each end has a different size fitting.

The metal line from the rubber hose at the rear diff to the jucktion box under the driver's side.
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take old one out and measure length and fittings.

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Brake line adaptor

On the rear axle the dirvers side brake line need an adaptor to go into the rubber hose. I do not recall the size; but when you go to the store just ask to see a new hose and try to match up a fitting to go from the 3/16 brake line.
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