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    Senior Member powerline84's Avatar
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    Got them . I would say pretty happy with the experience . Quick turn around. Qaulity product. Stainless . Make sure you use the attached loctite and lube threads or you'll score the fittings and they will leak. I would agree with Dave as far as fit.
    Pretty good. Not pretty great. But all aftermarket lines require a little hand massaging. I am happy. Would definitely buy again. Ill report back again after I have them installed. Screenshot_20210102-140333.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrik View Post
    What about the rear?
    235s

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    As Dave S says, you really have to tighten the fittings or they will leak. A bit of brake fluid on the threads and the flare will help. To seal a flare type fitting you actually have to deform the metal in the flare. Copper is easy, steel is harder and S/S is even harder still! Best to use flare nut wrenches that wrap around the fittings and get a real good hold. Don't use open end wrenches or adjustable wrenches. There is no torque spec.
    David Teitelbaum

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    Jesus. It never ends ^.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerline84 View Post
    Jesus. It never ends ^.
    Lol...be sure to tighten them bro!

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    Under Ron's watchful eye. Glory be to Ron! Michael's Avatar
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    LOL

    Also be sure not to use a box end to tighten inline fittings.

    Guru tip of the day.

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    "In order to win football games you have to score touchdowns"- John Madden

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    DMC Midwest - 815.459.6439 DMCMW Dave's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    LOL

    Also be sure not to use a box end to tighten inline fittings.

    Guru tip of the day.
    Amateur. You don't have disposable box end wrenches?
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    Instructions unclear. I accidentally the brakes

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