Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25'
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Poly-Armour Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25'

Part No. PAC-325 Warranty Details  
$21.99
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Coils with the same copper-brazed, double-walled, steel or copper nickel alloy tubing as used in our pre-made lines. When combined with tube nuts and flaring tool, coils are an economical solution for shops that want to build their own lines, custom lengths or non-standard applications. Use to fabricate 3/16" Domestic, European, Japanese, British, and adapter brake lines. Poly-Armour has become the new standard in brake line replacement over the last several years. Surpassing all competitors as THE choice for both professionals and do-it-yourselfers when it comes to brake, fuel, and transmission line repair, Poly-Armour is different from anything else on the market due to its PVF or Poly-Vinyl Fluorine coat. This coating is actually a highly durable 'plastic' coating that is 'baked and cured' to the line. This provides extra protection from corrosion, debris, and road surfacing solutions. It also offers superior bend-ability without kinking. That makes Poly-Armour the easiest line to work with - period! Underneath the PVF-coating is a double-wall, low carbon steel, copper brazed tubing which meets all international and U.S. requirements for brake tubing. The difference being that Poly-Armour offers 30 times the corrosion resistance of galvanized steel alone. PVF-coated lines are now the standard in many vehicles on the road today including: Volkswagen/Audi, Honda, Toyota, and Mercedes. Considered a premium line, Poly-Armour should be used on any vehicle that will see any type of harsh environment including snow, road treatments, salt, air, dirt/gravel, etc. When extending the life of the lines is important, Poly-Armour should be used; such as on commercial vehicles or when exact OEM replacement is required or desired. - Poly-Armour is 30x More Resistant to Corrosion - DOT Approved for Hydraulic Brake Systems - Bends Easier than Standard Steel Tubing - Available in Coils of 25' and 50' - Finished Lines Available for Domestic & Import Poly-Armour lines and tubing meet the following specifications: SAEJ527b, GM123M, SAEJ1290, DIN 74234
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Bendable:Yes
Fitting Material:Steel
Inside Diameter:0.1875 in
Length:0.1875 in ft
Material:Steel
Outer Spring:No
Outer Wear Guard:Yes
Pre-Formed:No
PVF Coating:Yes
Teflon Lined:No

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Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25'
 
4.5

(based on 37 reviews)

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Pros

  • Easy to use (21)
  • Quality materials (18)
  • Durable (12)
  • Good design (10)

Cons

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  • Big jobs (10)
  • Small jobs (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid do-it-yourselfer (15), Professional (10), Casual do-it-yourselfer (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Save $$ On Brakeline Repairs!

This 25' Coil will save you $$ when you have to replace long brake lines - especially on Vans - Front-to-back line replacement.Rather than buy individual fittings at $2 each, , buy the...Read complete review

This 25' Coil will save you $$ when you have to replace long brake lines - especially on Vans - Front-to-back line replacement.Rather than buy individual fittings at $2 each, , buy the shortest lengths of made-up fittings & line & cut the line to get the fittings [...]This tubing saved me a lot of time!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Coating damages easily

Should stay rust free longer than standard steel line. Would be nice to have longer coils available.
The plastic coating damages easily if not very careful forming, bending, and during installation.

Should stay rust free longer than standard steel line. Would be nice to have longer coils available.
The plastic coating damages easily if not very careful forming, bending, and during installation.

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5.0

I would buy it again

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

good product

 
5.0

Works

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Seemed to be OK. I had trouble flaring but that's just me (or the tool I used).

 
5.0

Goof stuff

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Good stuff

 
5.0

Used my Sperk discounts got 2 rolls.

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

GREAT $west price.

 
4.0

I would buy again

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Good product

 
5.0

I will always buy these brake lines

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Great product

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

good part, no loaner tools and inadequate customer service

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

easy to bend no kinking, disappointed in customer service from one person that tools were no longer loaned out and that what I needed wasn't their, greatfull to one employee who took the time to find one of the tools I needed and loaned it to me and made ( Mr we don't loan tools out ) look like a fool.
If your going to advertise you loan tools out then have them and get rid of people like this one who acted like he didn't want to help at all, I will never buy from him again.

 
5.0

Bends great

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Works like it's supposed to

 
5.0

Better than old school brake lines

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Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

Nice stuff....easy to work with

 
5.0

1990 Dodge W150 Brake Line

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    • Small Jobs

    Comments about Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Tubing Coil, 3/16" x 25':

    Created 80 inch line from junction I made on line off rear of proportioning valve. Basically the line from rear of proportioning valve to rear axle is now 2 piece. I used an Old Forge Flaring Tool. My advice: use an Advance AC539 to get a square cut on the line end. Watch flare as you make it. These cheap tools often don't stay centered, so the flare starts to cant to one side. Use a large flat blade screw driver to pry the flaring tool back to where it's centered on the line. Your adapter for the 1st step on the double flare should end up flush to the holding tool. With that in mind, this line worked well, has armor coating, and is much cheaper than pre-bent line.

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    • Q:

      Will this brake line fit my 99 subaru legacy? And what else would I need to replace my brake lines myself?
      Asked on 5/13/2017 by Jess from Pittsburgh pa

      5 answers

      • A:

        I don't know. A friend of mine told me what to get for mine. It isn't an exact fit for any specific car so it could. 
        Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

        Answered on 5/16/2017 by goody2shoes1980 from undisclosed
      • A:

        Not to be a smarta**, but if you don't know what you need to replace your
        brake lines you really shouldn't be trying to fix them. Stopping a car is
        more important than getting it to move and that's why the brake shops don't
        patch lines with bulk tubing. They replace the lines from fitting to
        fitting for liability issues alone. Otherwise, just add your Subaru to the
        "my vehicles" list on Advance. Then type in a search for the brake line.
        What will appear as a direct fit for your Subaru will give you the brake
        line size. If the coil is the same size as the prefab brake lines then you
        buy at least 2 brass compression fittings for that size tubing. Then cut
        out the leaking part of your brake line at spots where there's no rust or
        dirt. Cut the tubing to length to replace the leaking line and use one
        compression fitting on each end to piece in the repair tubing. Then it's
        just a matter of bleeding the air out of the brake lines. If you don't know
        how to do that go back to my original suggestion. Good luck.

        Answered on 5/14/2017 by chasm43 from undisclosed
      • A:

        It should be the correct line, however I very rarely advise someone to redo
        their own brake lines if they have never done so before. It can be
        difficult to do on your own. As far as what else is needed, I would need
        more information before I could recommend other parts associated with the
        job.
        thank you
        Dennise

        Answered on 5/13/2017 by rice.dennise from undisclosed
      • A:

        Yeah from what I found on the Advance website, (which btw if you use the iGive.com search engine (for charlottes), you can save a bundle using the discounts offerd. I would go to utube and type in how to change brake line for your car, and I bet u will find a video on all the things you need, I have a roll I would give ya, if you lived near Indianapolis. All my best John, Stuve
        Sent from my Windows 10 phone

        Answered on 5/13/2017 by whoisthestuv from undisclosed
      • A:

        You need a double flaring tool small pipe cutters and a metric fittings for your car you are making a brake line out of a coil with No ends on it ,easier to buy the premade lines
        Sent from my iPhone

        Answered on 5/13/2017 by irishboy0050 from undisclosed
    • Q:

      Is it can use for honda civic manufacturer year 1989?
      Asked on 11/27/2014 by nor from Malaysia

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Nor, this part is not an exact fit for your 1989 Honda Civic. The brake line coil for your vehicle is currently unavailable online.

        Answered on 11/28/2014 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      is this the correct part to use for the lines that go to the back of the car from the master cylinder?
      Asked on 7/13/2014 by jeff from mount vernon, ohio

      1 answer

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        A:

        Good question, Jeff! Yes, this is the correct part to use for the lines that go to the back of the car from the master cylinder.

        Answered on 7/16/2014 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      will this brake line coil fit my 1998 ford taurus LX FROM FRONT TO BACK?
      Asked on 6/13/2014 by PATRICIA from United States

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi PATRICIA, glad to assist you! This product is not specifically made for your vehicle. Modifications may or may not be needed to use this product. You would have to match one by size to what is on the vehicle that can be fabricated into its place.

        Answered on 6/16/2014 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      Can compression fittings be used with this line
      Asked on 5/1/2014 by darrell from versailles ky

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Darrell, great question! You can use compression fittings with the line, but never use compression fittings in a brake system.

        Answered on 5/1/2014 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      will this work on my chevey pick up 2004
      Asked on 4/27/2014 by joe

      1 answer

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        A:

        Happy to help, joe! This will work with your vehicle. However, this product is universal and not a direct fit. Some modifications may be required for proper installation. Currently, the exact brake line coil for your vehicle is unavailable online. I would suggest that you visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check the availability of this part.

        Answered on 4/28/2014 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      can this be used on the rear brake line on a 84 el camino?
      Asked on 4/3/2014 by doug from morehead ky.

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Doug, glad to assist you! This part is universal and not vehicle specific. The exact rear brake line for your 1984 Chevrolet EL Camino is currently unavailable online. I would suggest you to visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check the availability for this part.

        Answered on 4/4/2014 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      I need to replace my brake line from rear to front on my nissan pathfinder 1996 3.3l 4wd
      Asked on 11/18/2013 by noel from United States

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Noel, the exact fit brake line for your 1996 Nissan Pathfinder is unavailable online. I would suggest you to visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store to check the availability for this part.

        Answered on 11/19/2013 by Steve from AAP
    • Q:

      what is the best way to cut this brake line to the desired length if it can be cut? thanks
      Asked on 10/25/2013 by Joe from elkton md

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Joe, use fine tooth hack saw to cut this Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Coil - 3/16" x 25' -part# PAC-325 and de-burr inner/outer edge.

        Answered on 10/25/2013 by Vincent from AAP
    • Q:

      can this brake line be cut?
      Asked on 10/23/2013 by Joe from elkton md

      1 answer

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        A:

        Hi Joe, this Poly-Armour PVF Steel Brake Line Coil - 3/16" x 25' - part# PAC-325 can be cut to the desired size.

        Answered on 10/24/2013 by Vincent from AAP
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