If replacing an oil line or vacuum line seems excessive when cleaning out the
inside might work, try using an old guitar string. I have a friend who has
played guitar for 25 years and I ask him for used strings occasionally for this
purpose. They vary in size and the thicker ones have a rough exterior that works
as a mild abrasive. These are good for cleaning holes in parts and tubes of all
kinds. You want the metal ones not the nylon ones. The thinnest one will easily
fit a small vacuum line or oil line.
I good cheap tool IMHO.
Mark A. Evans
1966 TR4A IRS CTC63970 LO 'Tressy'
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