RESULT: Ok I went to Autozone at got flare wrenches. They come in 3 packs. One option is the metric (6sizes from like 12-17mm) then SAE. I intially purchased metric because most nuts on my car are metric so far. But to my surprise the SAE 9/16 was the better fit on the metal brake line nut and I beleive like a 5/8 on the actual hose nut. Anyway its done. I wasn't really havin a prob I just thought I should change them because they are prob factory being that I bought the car w only 58k miles on it. Also I felt like my brakes weren't bleeding as good as they should. Actually they were bleeding good but when I would test them out by doin a series of hard stops (ie. 2 from 100mph-0), (2 from 60-0) and (2 from 40 -0) it would seem like the brakes were not as stiff as they should be.
95 SSEi 115,000 Green/Black or charcoal interior(leather)
5star factory alloys w 225 60 16"(Michelen XGT H4) Update 4-15-04 Kuhmo tires,
MODS: 3" Ricer pipe, K&N E1009, extended IAT to front of filter, 180 tstat, 200amp DP Alt Yellow. 4-Sony Xplod head unit .Polk components in doors, MTX amp, 2 10" subs. No name amp running 6x9'* "FROZEN ROTORS" w (Morse) ceramic metallic pads. Autopage autostart, sunroof & titanium tint all around. NGK V Power Plugs TR55, High flow Magnaflow CAT & Magna flow H body muffler.
As of 7-4-05
Waiting on pillar pod since March 04
Waiting on silicon coupler/reducer
1997 Chevy Lumina