Are these areas where the brake line has to be flexed / bent to fit it in
when new? Is their coating compromised? Or is that where they are held
when they are bent and a coating sprayed on?
Guy R Day
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Subject: Re: [Spridgets] NO LBC CONTENT!! Taurus-Sable-Ford brake line issue
> Like Biff, the 97 Ford lines rusted out under the car about at the drivers
> rear door.
> And the one that runs across the rear or whatever the back thing is in a
> front wheel drive car.
> 4 inches of each line rusted away, the rest of each line was fine.
> So if many of these cars are rusting out in the same place, and not
> exactly where wheels throw salt at the lines,
> Something is wrong. Maybe a drain channel runs out near this spot, I sold
> the car so I can not look for an exact cause.
> But the whole bottom of this car was in real nice condition, no rust other
> than 4 inches of brake pipe on 2 lines and about 8 inches on the cross
> over line.
> Again, the car was taken off the road when it was 10 years old due to
> brake failure.
> Climb under and look it will be very obvious. Cancerous rust, flaking
> Frank Clarici
> Toms River, NJ
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