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ElantraClub - For Elantra Owners and Enthusiasts _ The Kia Zone _ Rio steel brake line

Posted by: bhorste Dec 17 2009, 04:01 PM

QUOTE (2001VE @ Dec 16 2009, 08:51 PM) *
If you keep the back of the car nice and high you might be able to get away without bleeding all four wheels.
I even prefill calipers/wheel cyclinders with fluid, in some cases. Bleeder screws can sometimes be a pain.

They use to have this tubing called Bundy flex ; preinstalled fittings and didn't require you to use a bender at all.
It was heavy gage but soft like refrigeration tubing , nice to work worth.
Not sure if there is an equivalent around.


Never heard of that stuff. The stuff in the stores here has fitting/flares in place, it's just a matter of bend-to-fit. It's reasonably inexpensive, too (~$5 for a 20" piece). I'm going to check with the local parts places to see if they can help narrow the search.

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