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1984 brake line "fittings" are they metric thread or standard need ASAP by E.Furgal
Started on: 09-06-2013 10:57 AM
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Last post by: E.Furgal on 09-11-2013 02:49 PM
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Hello, on way to work last night lost brakes, the rear line that is on pass side from "tee" that goes across engine/trunk wall to driverside let go at the "tee" the line is 3/16th
but are the fittings metric threads or American standard I ask because in the 80's g.m. cars where both standard and metric bolts don't know if the brake fittings changed over also or if that was later.
Thamks have car on stands now, will be heading to the parts store as soon as I get an answer to this, going to hit the search now,
please if you know, post and/or text the answer metric thread or standard to
508-345-5128
THanks a bunch

p.s. sorry for the rush but I need car to get to work tonight..
in a bind, this is what I get for offering to work for someone else..
antways thanks again
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nevermind found answer here
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/107264.html

3/16line metric bubble flare
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Yup, and you can get replacement lines (off the shelf in various lengths) at auto parts stores. Just get the coated lines, and you don't even need bending tools.

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All done,
Thanks everyone

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