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Old 03-10-2014, 04:49 PM
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Re: Rear Brake line routing near gas tank

Sweet! I just happen to be going to Ogdensburg, NY tomorrow, home of Advance Auto Parts.
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Old 07-26-2018, 03:22 PM
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Re: Rear Brake line routing near gas tank

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Brake Line Repair for SVX rear;

Two brake lines PAJ-351 (R+L)-----------------$18.00
Brake line PAJ-320----------------------------------$6.00
Brake line PAJ-312----------------------------------$6.00
Two brass unions BLU9C--------------------------$9.00
One can truck bed liner to protect brake lines--$11.00
Special clips to hold lines to body-----------------$4.00
Valvoline Synthetic fluid---------------------------$7.00
Parts--------------------------------------------------$61.00
Rear fitting goes to the RR wheel,
Front fitting goes to the LR wheel.
Sorry to bump this old thread but I blew a rear line, somewhere above the gas tank, got no brakes.
So I have questions.

Are the PAJ-351 long enough to reach from both wheels to inside the car under the seats to cut in and put unions?

What are the shorter PAJ-320 and PAJ-312 for? Where do those go?

Will I be able to use a normal flare tool to flare the hardlines under the rear seat once I cut them?
Do they bend without crushing so I can lift them and get the flare tool under and around them?
Can I lift them enough to make room to use a tube cutter to cut them or do I need to use a hacksaw?

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