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2006 gmc canyon rear brake line plug from master cylinder size thread ?

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    todd chapman Apr 20, 2021

    no i need to plug the master cylinder temporarly and need to know the thread size that srews into the master cylinder back brake line so it can be protected and plugged



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You mean the brake line flare nuts on the end of the lines? I see nothing that looks like a 'plug'. You buy the lines ready made or you have them made a garage, using a brake line flare tool set. eBay sells them ready made.


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