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Re: Rusty WJ Brake Line

Nice write-up!
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Re: Rusty WJ Brake Line

I just changed the brake hose and the brake from front driver side seem to ok till I took it for a longer drive the fitting that connects to that pad that has all the brake lines is leaking ):
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Re: Rusty WJ Brake Line

I bought a power bleeder at Harbor Freight. Get a helper to keep topping off the master cylinder and just pump away until you get solid flow of clean new fluid. Do all four wheels and you are good to go. Just thought I would add this for anyone that comes along and reads this.
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