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Old 04-27-2013, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Ski-me View Post
The tube bender worked "pretty good" but found that just doing it by hand also works well. Definitely a learning process....

OK, I was watching Stacy David's video installing some disc brakes on on old, C10 Chevy truck. One thing he mentioned was that the caliper needs to move and hence, he installed a rubber hose.

My question, do I need a "second" rubber hose from the tee to the caliper to allow for float??

Or is this hard line acceptable? I know the axle moves up and down so that hose is obviously OK, but I'm wondering if I need another one for each caliper too.

I'm getting some flaring tools and will try and re-do some of the ends. Hopefully that will fix the leaks! 68 degrees today......finally!!
- Jeff

1994 205, LT1
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