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Leak in my brake lines...need brake line diagram

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You need to purchase brake tubing at the auto parts store.
Then you need tubing cutter and double flairing set.

You remove whatever is rusted and leaking and duplicate,as you see fit. I like to copy the original lines and improve a little here and there,basically using the original hold down clamps and routing.

If you need a diagram,may I suggest, that you may not want to do brake tubing fabrication .

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