Thanks for the update info. I will see that the FAQ does get edited.
And, perhaps it does not need to be said, but...
A couple of points to keep in mind when dealing with vehicle mods and brakes.
1 - The steel brake lines have clamps to hold them in place. And, some steel brake lines have a coiled steel wire sleeve. That coiled steel wire sleeve does serve a purpose - it reduces vibration which reduces the chance of the steel line cracking where it bolts into the brake backing plate. IF you replace steel lines, try to salvage the steel wire sleeve and ensure that ALL clamps are in place. I recommend using loc-tite to ensure the bolts do not vibrate loose.
2 - Anytime you have rubber lines, replace them on a periodic basis. Rubber casing will deteriorate over time due to heat, internal pressure and weather exposure.
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