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I was wondering if you are able to get a chart or specification sheet on brake seal sizes I.D O.D etc. Also the thread pitch and size brake line fittings for automotive application. australian standard.

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Yes in the parts catalogue ,the standard is metric threads you should be able to order these parts in a auto factor

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