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ARE THE NUTS AND BOLTS ON MY 96 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER METRIC OR SAE, MAINLY THE ENDS OF MY STEEL BRAKE LINES

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Most of the vehicle hardware is metric but brake lines could be either.If a 3/8 is too small and a 7/16 is too big then you need a 10mm.

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