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Re: TW35 part ID - brake line?

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05-18-2013 11:14:46

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Find a good hydraulics shop... or on second though... mabey a not so good shop that will do what you want. Cut the crimp off and try to salvage that metal part of the line/fitting. Then just get a piece of gates hose crimped on to replace it. Hopefully they still have some sleeves and not just one piece fittings...
I would bet that the fitting on the end of that steel line is some odd ba$tard that nobody has. Ford was great at doing stupid things like that.


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05-18-2013 17:48:12

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 Re: TW35 part ID - brake line? in reply to RodInNS, 05-18-2013 11:14:46  
yea do the hydraulic shop method.. I will say, Ford used some funky hydraulic ferrules on some things that are part of the pipe. I have before cut their hose end off entirely, reamed out a male pipe hydraulic hose fitting to a nice snug fit with the old tubing slid in and brazed the joint. Sounds really complicated but it's a 10 minute thing to make if you have the tools.

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05-18-2013 18:58:11

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 Re: TW35 part ID - brake line? in reply to cd1, 05-18-2013 17:48:12  
I've got my share of brazed and welded fittings around here too... we do what we got to do at times.


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