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Old 07-15-2004, 07:43   #1 (permalink)
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brake lines for Xa

I have been looking for all the brake and clutch lines inside the engine bay and so far have not been able to find someone that stocks or knows how to make them without examples .Would like to be able to do the work myself .
Car details XA GT Coupe 1972 disc front drum rear
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Old 07-16-2004, 05:58   #2 (permalink)
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Re: brake lines for Xa

Hello Tony, I assume you are talking about the steel lines in your engine bay from the brake and clutch master cylinders. To successfully double flare the brake pipe ends takes skill and practice and is best left to the professionals. I wanted to do mine but in the end had them done by a specialist and did not cost much, there are also safety considerations as well. There are numerous specialists in the brake and clutch industry who will help you,
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Thanks Bill. yeah I am talking about the steel lines I don't want to bend or flare them myself just fit them myself . Don't trust anyone with my car anymore . Looking for a company that might have them pre done or be able to do them without the car as the car has no engine and no brakes .
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