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Old 17-06-2019, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default 1983 T25 rear near-side break line

Hi,
Hoping someone can lend an experienced mind to this please.

I need to replace the following brake line, but can't seem to ID the correct part number:

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This is for a 1983 T25 1.6D near-side. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 17-06-2019, 05:57 PM   #2
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Simply remove old pipe and take it to local auto factors or garage and ask them to copy it in kunifer make sure they use new unions and kunifer pipe rather than cheaper steel or copper
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Simply remove old pipe and take it to local auto factors or garage and ask them to copy it in kunifer make sure they use new unions and kunifer pipe rather than cheaper steel or copper
Hi,
Thanks for replying. Kunifer pipe, got it! Might be a stupid question, but will mixing pipe material cause an increase in corrosion? I only because when creating a watercooling loop for computers, you should never mix certain materials used to make the blocks.

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