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You should have two long and four short (m) (archive)

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Posted by John A on June 29, 2002 at 23:46:31:

In Reply to: Question on steel braided brake lines. posted by Highrever on June 29, 2002 at 22:31:53:

Two long hoses for the front calipers, two short hoses for the rear calipers, and two short hoses for the trailing arms to the body. The last two have identical fittings on each end. They are much harder to change because the front fitting is difficult to reach.
John
88 ///M3 Cinnabar

I'm doing a full 4 corner brake upgrade to X-drilled rotors, street pads, brake duct kit, and braided brake lines. My braided brake line kit came with 6 lines, I know the 2 smaller ones are for the rear and the 2 larger for up front of course, but the kit comes with an extra small and extra large, where do these lines go? Or are they just extra in case one leaks? Also for the duct kit





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