How do I know what size brake line I need?
How do I tell what size (diameter) my brake lines are without fancy tools? Look at the master cylinder where the lines are near each other to see if there are two sizes of tubing. You can also use a 1/4" open end wrench to qauge your lines. It will fit easily onto 1/4" line and will bang back and forth on 3/16" line. via
Is 3/16 brake line big enough?
Brakes operate on PRESSURE, and relatively small volume. It doesn't really matter what size 3/16 or 1/4 the tubing is. Either will work fine, but I say go with 3/16 if you have a choice. via
Do I need longer brake lines for a 6 inch lift?
Registered. You will get better pedal feel too because the lines won't be flexing under pressure like the rubber ones. For a 4 inch lift you'd be ok. But with a 6 inch lift I'd recommend the extended lines. via
Are brake lines metric or standard?
Brake line fittings - Yes, you need metric. via
What size is most brake lines?
Brake lines are most often 3/16- or 1/4-inch diameter and, while there will be no pressure difference between the two, there will be a difference in the amount of fluid delivered. via
Can I use a single flare on brake lines?
Single Flares are only acceptable on low-pressure lines, but not acceptable for high-pressure brake systems. A single flare is just as it sounds, the line is flared out just once in a conical shape. Single flares are not acceptable for brake lines and tend to crack and leak quite easily. via
Do I need extended brake lines for a 2 inch lift?
You do not need to extend the brake lines. Climb under there and look. reevesci said: Highly recommend the diff-drop at 2" or more of lift. via
Are brass fittings OK for brake lines?
Compression fittings shouldn't be used for joining brake lines together at all. Under no circumstances, other than maybe a quick trail repair, should a compression fitting be used for brake lines. via
Are brake lines reverse threaded?
AFAIK, none are reverse threaded... however sometimes it might help to try to torque it the otherway a tiny bit to break the seizure... Re: Tricks to Remove Brake Lines? A GOOD set of flare nut wrenches - they are all SAE. via
How do you connect two brake lines together? (video)
Are brake lines Universal?
Are brake lines universal? Yes, brake lines are universal. As long as the brake lines for your vehicle have the proper sized fitting for attachment and the length is correct, the material is universal. via
Can you use an lines for brake lines?
Only steel, stainless steel, or high pressure brass fittings should be used with brake lines. via
Do front brake lines have to be the same length?
The brake lines in any car are going to vary not only in length from wheel to wheel but also in diameter from front to back. The length of the brake lines does not affect braking power. This is because the hydraulic pressure continues to be equal as long as the fluid levels are adequate and there is no air in the line. via