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Old 08-19-2012, 02:15 PM   #1
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1976 28' Argosy 28
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Rear Brake Line - '76 Argosy

Posting this for reference.

I have a 76 Argosy MH. I bought all new brake lines at Autozone. The front 2 were the correct part for a P30/Motorhome chassis. The back brake line was not correct. Tried all the autoparts stores. Everyone had the part listed as 7/16 and 2 X 3/8'. My line is 3 X 7/16. Even my guy at NAPA looked through all his books and couldn't find anything.

If you need one made here's the place. Save time and just call these guys or have it made locally.

Able Auto
608 Development Dr.
Plano, TX 75074

Also, after I replaced both front brake lines the pull to the right stopped! I thought I had a caliper issue. Just a 30 year old cable. Feel better now!
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