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Dorman Thread Adapter For Brake Line - Straight

Part#: 7732


  Dorman Thread Adapter for Brake Line - Straight
 


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All Jeeps (Universal), Universal - Fits All Vehicles


Description:
Dorman products are refurbished from older products. Despite not being brand new, Dorman sells items that are at the same quality as new products. Products that were believed to only be able to be bought at a dealer can now be purchased from Dorman.

Type: Straight Thread
Male Tube Size/Type: 1/4"
Male Thread Size: 7/16" -20
Brand: Everbrake/Brass
ABOUT DORMAN
It's entirely possible that you already have Dorman products installed on your ride and don't even know it. You see, Dorman is an OEM supplier to many car makers, meaning that it must meet certain quality and performance standards. Need a factory leaf spring, maybe a transfer case control module, or even a window crank washer? Yep, Dorman makes those, and many more factory-grade replacement parts.
FAQs
Q: What do brake lines do? Why buy brake lines?
A: Brake lines connect the master cylinder to the calipers. The brake lines contain brake fluid so the fluid can push against the caliper every time you press on the brakes, thereby stopping you. Old rubber brake lines expand under pressure, so that instead of the brake fluid pushing the caliper, the fluid stretches the brake line and reduces the maximum performance of the brakes by making your pedal feel spongy. New brake lines combat this problem giving you maximum braking performance and a nice tight pedal feel.

Q: How do you install brake lines?
A: Brake lines are installed by removing your factory rubber line fittings. Once the factory rubber brake line is removed, replace it with your high quality stainless ones. Brake fluid will need to be replaced and the system will need to be bled.

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