|sizes of brake line||1||0.3||4551||5|
|common brake line sizes||0.99||0.2||6590||44|
|chevy brake line sizes||0.74||0.7||5522||7|
|brake line fittings sizes||0.74||1||1818||80|
|brake line pipe sizes||1.63||0.8||1267||88|
|brake line tubing sizes||0.21||0.9||1866||77|
|standard brake line sizes||0.03||1||7938||10|
|metric brake line sizes||0.65||0.4||370||68|
|metal brake line sizes||1.44||0.4||950||31|
|common metric brake line sizes||0.84||0.4||9019||50|
|size of brake line for 2005 silverado||0.77||0.5||198||15|
|size of brake line on abs pump 99 firebird||1.61||0.2||7540||42|
Most light duty vehicles will use either 3/16 or ¼ “sizes. New brake lines can be purchased in either specific lengths (3,4,5,6 feet), or sometimes even in rolls of random lengths.What is the most common brake line size?
Three-sixteenths inch and one-quarter inch are the most common sizes of brake lines. Most cars and trucks manufactured use a three-sixteenth inch tubing, as of 2015.What is the thread size for a brake line?
The nuts on 1/4" double flared brake lines have a 7/16-24 thread which is somewhat of a bastard thread size. (Taps are available from McMaster.com.) Normally, a 7/16 fine thread is 7/16-20. The threads for 1/4" brake lines where a rubber hose screws into a wheel cylinder with a copper gasket ARE the 7/16-20 standard fine thread.