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Steel Brake line ABS to front wheel

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by all4ford, July 10, 2017.

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    1. all4ford

      all4ford New Member

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      I have a leaking front brake line from the ABS pump to the front brake line on my 95 Explorer. Does anyone know what style flare (i.e. bubble, double flare) and line size I need to replace it?
       
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      Double flare, 3/16" line, 3/8" nuts, except reuse the larger OEM nut on the ABS end (bottom ABS nut stays on, no need to remove it but you'll want a 2nd wrench to hold it still while the top ABS nut is loosened).
       
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      I'm replacing the lines on my ranger with this poly coated line from autozone, it seems to have a really corrosion resistant coating and is easy to bend with your fingers. you'll still need a flaring tool though
       
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      Thank you for the replies...
       

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