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Old 04-20-2019, 11:41 AM   #11
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Report: After struggling to make good quality bubble flares for a week, I gave up. However I did find a somewhat suitable replacement at Pep Boys and Autozone. AGS p/n: PA-720. It's a 20 inch poly coated 6mm line with 12mm x 1.0 mm fittings. I had to manhandle it into place because it's longer than OEM but form fit and function seem to be OK.
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However I did find a somewhat suitable replacement at Pep Boys and Autozone. AGS p/n: PA-720. It's a 20 inch poly coated 6mm line with 12mm x 1.0 mm fittings. I had to manhandle it into place because it's longer than OEM but form fit and function seem to be OK.
I'm glad to hear this, Brakes are a part that I'm always paranoid about, and having the correct size lines with factory fittings is so much better an idea.

Now make sure that you get a complete brake bleed to get the air out of the ABS actuator!
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