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Old 03-23-2012, 04:22 PM   #1
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Shop is looking for part number for replacement rear brake hoses ( all three) before parts houses close today. Anyone have their's replaced recently? I have disc brakes on the rear.

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Shop is looking for part number for replacement rear brake hoses ( all three) before parts houses close today. Anyone have their's replaced recently? I have disc brakes on the rear.

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Flex hose?

Do what I did with my brake shoes yesterday...take off and match-up.

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Yes the flex hoses. They have matched up the fronts but are having a bit of a problem matching up the rears will local parts houses. The OEM number has changed twice and doesn't match up with current numbers.
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Yeah..yesterday I called ahead to make sure they had the brake shoes, but being familiar with parts departments I still took the originals with me.

Good thing 'cuz the difference between what they thought and what was needed turned out to be so small that it would probably have gone un-noticed 'til well into the job>

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