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Unread 08-05-2016, 08:52 AM   #1
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1995 F350 brake flare

I'm replacing the brake line from the master cylinder to the block going to the rear on my 1995 F350 standard cab (has dump - believe it was an 8' bed new)- odd thing is that the flare looks slightly different than the 3/16 double 45 I'm making using my eastwood flare tool - can someone confirm that this truck is indeed a 3/16 double 45?

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It's probably a metric brake line. The big three started switching everything over to metric in the early eighties.
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following up - 3/16th double flare. different size nuts front and back :)
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following up - 3/16th double flare. different size nuts front and back :)
Thanks for the feedback.
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