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'04 Lesabre. Anybody know why GM used a combination of steel tubing and braided stainless brake line that connect the master brake cylinder to the ABS module? I need to replace both brake lines and was wondering if I manufacture a replacement brake lines without the braided sections will it causes problems or failures.
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