i cannot believe what I am reading here RUBBER LINE on HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINES? and claiming you have done this and it worked?!! no, for air brakes ok I'll believe that, but the best rubber hose anyone is going to be carrying is not going to be rated any higher than 150 psi and the clamps will not hold any more than that, hydraulic brake systems run more than 3,000 psi the only emergency fix is to completely block the line and maintain pressure to the rest of your system and that should be done only long enough to get to help, I've seen people attempt copper line as a "temp" fix it split the entire length of the line the first application after the vehicle was started, proper parts or no parts when it comes to hydraulic brakes
You and me both !!! I cannot believe this.
I'm gettin a better understanding why skoolies are hard to find insurance for.
I'm starting to understand the people who think annual inspections should be mandatory
I'm gettin scared to go outside
I don't like it at all...A skoolie is a great DIY project that can command the respect and admiration of others. but DIY is not a license to do things half assed or stupid. DIY is great BUT the implication is that you DIY PROPERLY. The actual cost of doing it right is no more than it costs to do it wrong, but the rewards of doing it right are pride in a job well done , and a reasonable expectation of safety for all . If you want to save the money by doing it yourself , buy the tool and use it. A roll of steel tube and a few connectors will fit in your kit too.