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Old 08-09-2005, 00:01   #1 (permalink)
dragonfliez
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'94 rear break line

my rear break line rusted through and im being told that the fittings on
either end are two different sizes and that i either have to find another
mustang '94-'96, because those are the only one's made that way, have a
line specially made, or hope to find an adaptor that will work. is this
true or am i being jerked around.

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Old 08-10-2005, 08:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: '94 rear break line

"dragonfliez" <gentlesparrow04@aol.com> wrote in
news:12aabe3abd5647cd012494c97bae641f@localhost.talkaboutautos.com:

> my rear break line rusted through and im being told that the fittings on
> either end are two different sizes and that i either have to find another
> mustang '94-'96, because those are the only one's made that way, have a
> line specially made, or hope to find an adaptor that will work. is this
> true or am i being jerked around.
>
>


jerked around. By a 'mall' auto repair service, no doubt.

Yeah they are two different sizes and I'm thinking Ford did them that way
to avoid assembly goofs. But the Mustang isnt the only Ford that
'features' that...

Go to an 'old timey' parts store. Or take it to a shop with REAL
mechanics.
Why am I thinking you are dealing with freakin' "Midas or Aamco" or someone
like that?!!!!

And it's BRAKES!!!!!
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