[ROVERNET - UK] Brake pipe fitting sizes

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 15 01:10:01 GMT 2006

I stick wooden chopsticks (or wooden golf tees) down
the holes in the brake fluid reservoir.  It reduces
the leak of liquid out your open pipes.  You will
still have to bleed the system after your rebuild
."Safety First"  "If you can't stop - don't start".


--- Steven Dibdin <sdibdin at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> So I'm about to embark on th erebuild of the two
> servos on my '68 2000 TC. 
> I'll wont to cap the male pipes while the units are
> off the car as I'll most 
> likely have to leave it for a week. Does anybody
> know the size fittings that 
> are standard for my car? Once I know that I can just
> pick up something to do 
> the job that wont leak in the interveening period.
> Many  thanks,
> Steven Dibdin 
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