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Brass or steel brake line union w/ stainless [message #314974] Mon, 20 March 2017 22:42 Go to next message
Tilerpep is currently offline  Tilerpep   United States
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Stainless steel set of brake lines in coach when I bought it, and no fittings to connect them to each other. It appears brass or regular steel unions are what the auto parts stores have. Does it matter?



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Re: [GMCnet] Brass or steel brake line union w/ stainless [message #314976 is a reply to message #314974] Mon, 20 March 2017 23:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
USAussie is currently offline  USAussie   United States
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Go with brass.

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Subject: [GMCnet] Brass or steel brake line union w/ stainless

Stainless steel set of brake lines in coach when I bought it, and no
fittings to connect them to each other. It appears brass or regular steel
unions
are what the auto parts stores have. Does it matter?


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Re: [GMCnet] Brass or steel brake line union w/ stainless [message #314978 is a reply to message #314974] Mon, 20 March 2017 23:52 Go to previous message
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We use brass fittings and steel farrells.

On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 8:42 PM, Tyler wrote:

> Stainless steel set of brake lines in coach when I bought it, and no
> fittings to connect them to each other. It appears brass or regular steel
> unions
> are what the auto parts stores have. Does it matter?
>
>
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> 1975 Glenbrook, 1978 Royale rear bath
> Raleigh, NC
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