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Old 03-08-2017, 02:29 PM   #1
skychair
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master cyl up grade 99 yukon

This may well be a really stupid Question, but
What does the 9/16 or 1/2 refer to when a brake line is 9/16-18, or 1/2-20?
Is it the nut size or diameter of the the threads?
I'm ready to do the Master Cylinder up grade, but the adapter I have BLF-26C will not screw into my Dorman M630031 master cylinder.
I dont understand...
Need some help/responses please.
Ron
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Old 03-15-2017, 06:15 PM   #2
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Re: master cyl up grade 99 yukon

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This may well be a really stupid Question, but
What does the 9/16 or 1/2 refer to when a brake line is 9/16-18, or 1/2-20?
Is it the nut size or diameter of the the threads?
I'm ready to do the Master Cylinder up grade, but the adapter I have BLF-26C will not screw into my Dorman M630031 master cylinder.
I dont understand...
Need some help/responses please.
Ron
I returned the BLF-26C adapter to where it was purchased....
Yep, someone slipped the wrong adapter in the BLF-26C package.
Got it exchanged, all's well
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