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Re: brake lines

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Subject: Re: brake lines
Date: Sun, 8 Sep 2002 20:08:37 -0700 (PDT)
Why don't you gravity feed the old lines out and do
the same with the new until you get decent flow, then
call the wife in.  Just a thought.  Been there done
78B deposit of sale in hand
70B Heritage body shell
seeking MGCGT/C
--- MonteMorris <> wrote:
> This week it's time to replace both the front and
> rear brake lines and the
> clutch line on our 67B. The front ones are both
> cracked just below the top
> nut, so I might as well do it all. I need to replace
> the defective brake light
> switch also.
> Having never done any of this before, I can use any
> advice others have. Should
> I pump all the fluid out before I start?
> I'll read Bentley's and check several websites
> before attempting the job, but
> just thought I'd ask for pointers that might not be
> in the book. I know this
> has been covered on the list, and I'll check the
> archives, too. I'm going to
> use my wife, instead of an Ezi-Bleed system. She
> doesn't cost as much and
> hopefully won't leak all over the paint job.

> Thanks in advance,
> Monte
>           79B, Carmine
>           67B, BRG
>           74 1/2 Rust, parts car

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