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  • Part Number: PAA-G360
  • Application: 3/16" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 3/8"-24 to 1/2"-20 - Green, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-B430
  • Application: 1/4" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 7/16-24 to 7/16-24, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-O380
  • Application: 3/16" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to bubble
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 3/8-24 to M10 x 1.0, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-B410
  • Application: 1/4" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 7/16-24 to 9/16-18, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-S420
  • Application: 1/4" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 7/16"-24 to 1/2"-20, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-B710
  • Application: 6mm diameter
  • Application: Bubble to bubble
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: M12 x 1.0 to M14 x 1.5, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-R340
  • Application: 3/16" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 3/8-24 to 7/16-24, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-R350
  • Application: 3/16" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 3/8"-24 to 1/2"-20 - Black, Located in backroom fixture.
  • Part Number: PAA-O370
  • Application: 3/16" diameter
  • Application: Inverted to inverted
  • Notes: 8" length, thread size: 3/8-24 to 9/16-18, Located in backroom fixture.
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Vital Repairs Require the Best Parts
While some repairs are quick and easy, others require a little more attention and know-how. When it comes to braking systems, it is vital to use the right, quality part to ensure a safe fix. If you are looking for the best steel brake line adapters for cars and trucks, look no further than AutoZone.

The Complex System of Braking
Modern braking systems encompass numerous monitors, sensors, fluid and other components to ensure vehicles stop quick and safely without skidding. A major player in the system are the brake lines. As the pedal is pressed down, the master brake cylinder creates hydraulic pressure. Working with the brake fluid, the pressure is transmitted to the wheel brakes via these lines to transform pressure into stopping. The lines are designed to handle the heat and be flexible enough for the wheels to turn.

Bad Lines May Mean Big Trouble
The easiest way to tell if there issues with brakes lines is a leak. Although built to last, extensive wear or frequently driving on rugged terrain can cause holes. Visible liquid or rust spots inside the wheels is a tell-tale sign that there may be an issue. When that happens, excess moisture can enter the braking system. This can cause braking to be less smooth and eventually cause the entire system to fail. Slow braking or feeling a pull while braking are additional indicators of a line issue. Air pressure in the line also could be the problem. The most noticeable sign of this problem is if the brake pedal feels soft. This affects the distance it takes to stop. If the pedal can be pressed completely to the floor, it's best to get off the road immediately.

The Right Fit
When issues arise and it's time to replace, sometimes the process requires a little extra help. If trying to match a brake line to the wrong sized port or to a metric system, you want to ensure a tight seal. Luckily, a quick search for steel brake line adapters near me will lead you straight to AutoZone. We have high-quality, corrosion-resistant parts to meet your needs. These adapters are designed to be leakproof and meet quality standards. While there are common thread gauges, it's important to measure the thread before using. When measuring, note the male end's outer diameter and inner diameter of the female thread. The pitch should also be measured, which is the spacing between thread grooves.

Low Prices and Expert Help
If unsure on how to measure or which part is needed, our AutoZone experts are there to help. Whether online or at a local store, our staff provides the answer you need to get repairs rolling. Besides friendly help and parts you can trust, AutoZone also prides itself on providing the lowest prices on steel brake line adapters.

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