[ROVERNET - UK] Brake flares and fittings

Eric Russell p6rovers at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 31 05:22:29 BST 2007

eBay has some on sale.
They look what I used to replace all the brake lines
on my 1969 Rover.  I'd recommend buying quite a few
extra adapters of the size needed for your Rover
lines.  I went through quite a few.

I also bought a small roller pipe cutting tool.

Try here:


--- Nathan Obuch <nathanobuch at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Greetings, Rovernetters
> I'm finally getting back into repairing my '69 P6
> 2000TC (with dual circuit brakes) and need undertake
> one of my least favorite automotive restoration
> tasks-
> replacing corroded brake lines. 
>     What kind of brake flares does this car use?
> (Double? Bubble?) There's a mix of male threaded
> fittings and female threaded fittings on this car,
> so
> I imagine I'll need to be able to do two styles of
> flares. 
>     Does anyone have a particular brand/model of
> brake
> flaring tool they recommend? 
> Thanks in advance,
> Nathan 
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