- Stainless steel flares, brass fittings, and a high thread engagement help prevent splits, corrosion.
- End fittings swivel which keeps the brake hose from getting twisted while tightening up the fittings
- Brake hose incorporate the convenience and reliability of factory assembly for trouble free installation
- Deep threads improve connection to help prevent leaks.
- Precised double crimp technology ensures permanent end attachment
- Precise alignment for uncompromised fit
- Enhances over all appearance and meets all the guidelines for the DOT MVS - 571.106 requirement to deliver an extra margin of safety .
- Open area on flare fittings lets you use a line wrench for better grip, minimizes the risk of stripping threads.
The fluid in braking system runs from the master cylinder to the brakes themselves mainly via rigid metal pipes. But there needs to be some flexibility in the system to allow the wheels to move in relation to body of the vehicle, whether for the purposes of steering or suspension. This is provided by fitting flexible brake hoses. Inflexible tubes would not allow for the articulation of the wheel ends without subsequent failure, hence use of flexible brake hose becomes important.
How to put it in a vehicle?
- Install benzo end of flexible brake hose in caliper using benzo bolt (comes with caliper).
- Tighten the benzo bolt properly to prevent any chances of leakage of fluid.
- Other end of flexible brake hose has fine internal threads, sync this end with one end of steel brake hose which has same external threads.
- Make sure the proper fitment of brake hose from both ends, always use nylon tape to prevent fluid leakage or any chances brake failure
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