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Brake line/hose fluid planks/stoppers

Postby Mazda Mender » Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:05 pm

Been useing these for years to help with brake line changes,brake hose changes,caliper changes...very handy if a full up grade is being done and all striped down and being left over night or so while you revamp calipers ect before fitting... basically they are off a scraped roadster the junction is welded and the male unions off the brake lines cut down and welded solid with the pipe line flare still in place to still make a seal...and the connection off the old brake hose cut down and welded shut also with the same again with the male unions ,i have a number in the tool kit and have come in really handy over the years on revamping/ renovating roadsters as blanking plugs because with having no hoses brake hose clamps cannot be used which is even more important when working on a ABS model helping to control not getting air into the ABS pump...just thought i would share if others might be interested that work on these alot as i was making some up for Daryls kit....
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