Hey, could ya post this again, I didn't get it the first two times......
Only one dancing is you.... same steps, same out of time music. Dealing in
woulda, coulda, shoulda, is easy. Bring some facts, not assumptions and far
flung reaches of fantasy, and you'll be doing some sort of work.
I've seen many vehicles, all sorts of makes and models, with brake line
failure due to rust.
All brake line is made to withstand certain pressures, otherwise, there is
no difference in the steel used to make it.
Plainly stated, you are grasping for suppositions, making claims, and
Fact is, brake line rusts because it is steel. Conditions dictate its
longevity, not materials. If you think your conditions between vehicles are
close, you should check out the similarity of the steel from one brake line
to another. I guarantee its closer than your supposedly equal conditions for
The only issue not resolved at this point is when the Germans bombed Pearl
Harbor. Have fun figuring that out.
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