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With skill, patience, shop can clean up on dirty job
It's a nasty, dirty, time-consuming job, but somebody's got to do it! That's what some people say about hydraulic brake line repair.
That's not necessarily true on an automobile assembly line. You'd be amazed at how easily workers install the pre-formed brake lines on an uncluttered chassis in the very early stages of the car's construction.
But admittedly that's very different from what the technician faces in your service department.
He has the unpleasant task of removing and replacing rusted lines and fittings that have been subjected to years of corrosion.
Research has shown that brake lines begin to deteriorate in as little as 90 days when subjected to salt spray from winter roads.
No wonder …