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Carquest Wearever Brake Hydraulic Hose

Part No. BHA380317 Warranty Details  

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Direct replacement Hydraulic Brake Hoses are designed to fit specific vehicle applications and positions. This ensures a great fit every time. New hose replacement is recommended as part of a complete brake repair for your vehicle. The new hoses help to prevent loss of brake fluid and provide optimal brake performance.

Product Features:
  • Quality construction ensures strength, chemical and thermal resistance for longer life
  • Brake Hoses with banjo end fittings include new copper washers to ensure proper sealing
  • All Brake Hoses are tested up to 4,000 PSI to ensure Safety standards are met
  • Integral brackets, if applicable, included to ensure proper fit and ease of installation
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Bracket Material:No Bracket Required
End 1 Attachment Type:Banjo - 0.375
End 2 Attachment Type:Female - 3/8-24
Gaskets Included:Yes
Hose Material:EPDM Rubber
Hose Overall Length:12.25
Installation Hardware Included:Yes
Location:Passenger Front


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Carquest WeareverBrake Hydraulic Hose

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Replaces old hose...BUT...


from Schuylkill Haven, PA

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      • Everyday Driving

      Comments about Carquest Wearever Brake Hydraulic Hose:

      The included banjo bolt washers are too thin - the bolt to unit washer works OK but the unit to caliper washer doesn't compress and therefore doesn't seal. The store recognized the problem after I described it, however, and pulled washers out of a caliper box for me. Also, I had to grind a few thousandths off of the caliper flat (which prevents the hose square from turning) so that the hose square could fit against the caliper with the banjo bolt straight. Finally, the kit DOES NOT include the retaining clip that attaches to the hose end at the steel line side near the shock.

      Removal was tough - it is advisable to soak the steel line in penetrant and also heat it. Use a line wrench and be sure that the steel line isn't twisting. The clip can only be removed from the existing hose AFTER the steel line is disconnected. Be sure the steel line fitting turns freely once removed so that you can begin threading it into the replacement part without cross-threading.

      I've thought about replacing this hose on the last few brake jobs because it was worn at the point where it transitions from metal to rubber but knew it would be a bear. I was right...but it had to be done.

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        what is the size for the clip that holds this brake line in place
        Asked on 12/14/2010 by Anonymous

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          That depends entirely on your vehicle.

          Answered on 1/13/2011 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
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