Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Does anyone know what size and length the metal brake lines are that run from the master cylinder to the rear rubber brake line along the frame are i know that i will have to bend accordingly i am having trouble getting my line off and i am not sure whether the lines are metric thread or standard my email is email@example.com and thank you for your help
From your rubber hose it should go to a splitter the bolts in the splitter are most likely 3/16 the bolts in your wheel cylinder are 7/16 the length of line will vary with the vehicle you can get the pre made line and just get the adapter to change your line bolts to the correct size hope this helps a little
Posted on Oct 27, 2013
To get the length, just get a roll of string, run it along the existing brake line 'til u get to the rubber line. you can cut off the line near the master cylinder, bring it to the parts store, they can tell you what size you need. You will have to use several lengths of line to reach the back. If this line has rotted thru, you should change all the others, as they are likely to fail soon. countrycurt0
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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