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What is the size of the brake lines on a 1995 Buick Lesabre Limited ? i need the nuts/bolts for the proportioning valves and do not know what size the brake line is so i know the proper ones to get. Thanks Mike

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Best advice i give here that works for me is to remove the parts and then take them in my hand to the auto factor then i always get the right ones,sometimes on a vehicle of the same year their can be three different suppliers parts fitted causing no end of problems on the spares side so old ones in my hand and off i go

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

  • kramden66 Mar 22, 2011

    Trouble is to take off would make the car unuseable and then i can't go measure to see which part is right , nothing is ever easy is it ?

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    Colin Stickland Mar 22, 2011

    see your problem here ---i have my parts run around vehicle or my motor bike ,could you not borrow a neighbours car or drive your to auto factor then offer them up roughly to make sure they are the same parts ,i honestly have no idea as to what size they are as iam in spain and apart from CSI or some other american series i have never seen one close up ,sorry

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