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    how to install steel brake lines on a 1999 chrysler L H S

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    Brake lines from auto parts stores come unbent so you will need a tubing bender first of all. Take the old line off and bend the new tube as close as you can to the old one, be careful not to kink the new line. Try installing the new line, then start cussing when it doesn't fit right. calm down, drink another beer and start adjusting the new line to fit. AGAIN do not kink the new line ... even if you thing you have it "unkinked" its still a weak spot and will blow out.

    Here is a couple of videos that may help you > http://www.autoanything.com/brakes/how-to-install-brake-lines.aspx

    use kunifer and a brake pipe nipple making machine



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