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Trying to just keep front brakes to run derby i plugged mail line going out to back brakes now coming out of where ya fill it what fitting of the two front one or back runs the front calipers

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I assume you are asking which resovoir in a split master cylinder is the one for the front brakes? It will almost always be the larger one if they are different sizes and that one will be closest to the firewall. (rearmost on the master cylinder)

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If you purchased a pre-bent line, did you take the plugs out of both ends? they put plastic plugs in to keep dirt+debris out during storage.
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