I have a 1991 Audi 80 (engine Vin C). The brake pressure regulator needs
to be replaced. The former owner attempted this and screwed up the ends
of the brake hoses where they enter the regulator making it impossible
to install them into the new regulator. I need a good source for
replacement hoses in Oklahoma, United States.
Are they rubber hoses or metal lines?
Dealer is one source, some aftermarket places may have what you need too.
Type of hose needs to be determined, female or male fitting, bubble or
possibly double flared ends, and length. AFAIK Dealer may charge $30 per
Metal lines you can custom make yourselve with the proper flaring tools,
fittings and lines.
They are combination metal lines and rubber hoses. I need to get under
the vehicle tommorrow and get a better idea of what I need. If I can't
find the appropriate hoses premade I imagine I'll go to a hydraulic hose
shop and have them made. Here in the oil patch we have several places
that can probably handle the job. When I had a gasoline line fracture on
one of my vehicles I had one made up at a job shop. It worked fine. I'm
going to check the usual sources after eyeballing the lines.
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