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Old 01-02-2013, 11:16 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by Tylerthigpen!1! View Post
If you cant get it off, say **** it and clip the line. A new brake cylinder is ten bucks. Thats what the brake line is screwing into. You can buy a new length of brake line for 10-15 doll hairs. Rent the flair tool and buy a mini pipe cutter. Easy as pie. The flair tool tells you when to stop. Also do not let the master go dry. I have a feeling you know but you never know who is reading this.
I'd strongly advise against doing this unless you've done it before. Snipping brake lines and redoing a line is extremely dangerous as the length and diameters of these lines are precisely measured and crafted.
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