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I believe the distributed brake lines are all 3/16".

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This is a serious problem. Depending on what material you use, and who works on this car, will directly reflect on the price of the repair.

Many of the replacement parts have to be hand fitted. Some preformed lines are available, but they are often sold as a complete set.

There are special tools needed to create a brakeline out of a coil of material. Each end of brakeline would need to be crimped with the correct fitting for the individual inlet hole. Using different sizes of fitting is the Manufactuers method to insure that the brakeline fits in only the correct place.

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It is possible to replace a bad portion of brake line using compression fittings,and alot of parts stores do fabricate and sell brakeline if you take the old piece(s) in for a reference.If you do pull the line from the resevoir your going to have to bleed the entire system incuding the master cylinder,If you have the means I would reccomend taking it to a shop that specializes in brakes,they have the tools and experience to do the job correctly and it really shouldn't be to expensive.If you are going to DIY write me back and I'll give you a walk through on the procedure.

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