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Need to replace brake line on a E250 ford van from the front to back wheel housing, does anybody have a diagram or what replacement line That i could use? It looks as through there are 3 different sections and the first 2 from the front look bad ,right were they couple together and run in thru the frame. are there more sections or just these 3?

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I'm not totally sure but if you looked at it and see 3 sections that's probably how many there are. The brake lines are usually not hidden away and are usually always on the outside of the vehicle ( for obvious reasons). Go for it, you can handle it, Good luck.

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