<VV> Brake line
corvairduval at cox.net
Thu Nov 10 23:27:17 EST 2016
That is probably some of that vinyl covered steel line I've seen at
FLAPS. Useless in salt.
I have attached a picture of coils of copper sitting on coils of Cunifer
Very similar in color. Once on the car, I have had my daily driver (with
winter salt) turn slightly green in places. Still not degradation.
Once you use this stuff, you will not go back to steel.
On 11/10/2016 1:46 PM, Harry Yarnell (Verizon) via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Is this stuff magnetic?
> I bought a coil of brake line not long ago that is colored green (cypress
> It feels (bends) like steel and is magnetic. Same stuff?
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> Bryan Blackwell via VirtualVairs
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> Subject: <VV> Brake line
> Hi folks,
> Most of us have had to replace brake lines, but it's not something you
> really have to do very often. If you make your own lines and haven't heard
> of Copper/Nickel tubing, you owe it to yourself to check it out. Won't
> rust, easier to flare, and resists kinking. Frank Duval told me about it
> and we did the line over the tank when replacing the tank on the wagon a
> couple years ago, it is soooo nice to work with. It goes by a couple of
> trade names, you can find it locally or order it online.
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