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flexible rear brake hose
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Anyone know who sells the rear flexible hose for 73 Mach? Put Master cylinder on, new calipers and pads on front, replaced right rear wheel cylinder and shoes, got to left side and then the problem hits. as usual get to last thing to do Angry So i figured no big deal went and got new lines to run BUT no one here local sells the flexible hose. Tried to explain to the guys at the 4 part store's i went to what i needed and they looked at me like i was crazy,They even asked " how are you going to hook up two wheels to one rubber line?" I mean come on give me a brake Dodgy shouldn't there be a test they should have to take to get a job at a parts house?????? Sorry for the rant there, Been one of those days.Any help guys would be greatly appreciated.

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71-73 BRAKE HOSE REAR - Disc or drum rear brake hose, reproduction.

1971 1972 1973 Mustang.
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Thanks Roy, Thought of them after i posted. Guess old age creeping up on me

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Yea,Tho i cruise through the valley of the shadow of rice,I will fear no Turbo,For Torque art with me.Thy rods and crankshaft,they comfort me. Big Grin Robert
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You can also get any local hydraulics shop to make you lines out of braided stainless steel. That is what I did for my transmission lines.

Eric


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Roy is right about going to a special interest parts place, especially the guys that are members on the site. I tried to get one at 2 or 3 different parts jobbers, even one I used to work for, but Raybestos and other companies don't make that part for 71-73's. I wound up getting mine from Mac's in New York State but I'm sure the suppliers on the site have them too.
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