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  1. The master cylinder on my 1987 MJ went out, and I am trying to swap it out. Everything has gone fine, until it was time to take the brake lines off the old master cylinder. I quickly learned that the fitting was completely seized and would not move. My father and I actually broke the fitting while trying to get it off with vice grips. I now need to buy a short brake line and fittings, and I was going to undo it from the proportioning valve. My main issue now is that I don't know what the size the line is. I've heard it may be 1/4, since it comes straight from the master cylinder into the propo
  2. hey guys i am looking at getting a 3 in rough country lift for my comanche and i wanted to know if i should buy extended brake lines bc i want to replace them anyway. does anyone have a preference of whom they get it from and or what size. thanks brady
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