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Russell SS brake hoses

Russell SS brake hoses

Postby scsadjw [OP] » Apr 27 2014, 5:58pm

I recently replaced all hard brake lines with ss lines. I purchased Russell ss hoses as
Well and after install Noticed that old Brackets would not come Off of old hoses. Any ideas on how To secure new hoses? GM dealer says that brackets come with new lines and are not sold separately.
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Re: Russell SS brake hoses

Postby SpareClip » Jan 31 2016, 6:33am

Sounds like yur hosed!
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