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Brake hose is broken, trying to replace it but i

The end brake hose is broken, I am trying to replace it but it is too tigh/hard in the conector and probably I damaged the steel brake line female.How can I avoid this in next wheels?

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The steel line is always male...You can use heat on it and, always use a tubing wrench. You remove the steel line first, holding the fitting on the hose with another wrench, then remove the clip that holds the hose end to the bracket.

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