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Message No. 26436, Started by jainexsteelimpex on 12/26/21

So wheeling this weekend, I blew out the drivers hard brake line. Rusty and brittle so I am going to replace them all. Pre-formed set at rock auto is about $99 and I figure Ill replace the rubber lines as well (where should I get those?).

Is it as simple (and time-consuming) as working in the new one and cutting out the old one?

I found stainless steel for twice the price, but since the originals lasted 24 years, that would be good enough again.

How long does it take to do this job and should I be replacing anything else at the same time?

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