Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Could you tell me if the steel brake lines need to be double flared or bubble flared and How many joints( couplings ) I am aloud to have to pass inspection. Mine are rusted and mostly need to be replaced
I now this sounds weird, but the 3/16 lines to the front wheels are bubble flare and if it has a single 1/4 line to the rear it is standard double flare. If it has 2 3/16 lines to the rear, they will be bubble. They don't bubble flare 1/4 inch line, I don't know why, But they don't. I'm not sure on how many couplings for inspection but as long as you use unions and not compression fittings you should be fine.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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