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What size are the rear hard lines? quick responce plz

I need to know the size of the rear hard lines that go along the frame to the rear hose. i think its 3/16th. thanks
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measure them??

FAIL...but i beleive they are 3/16" but you will need to know what size the fittings are, ford switched from NPT or SAE to metric around your year, you will also need a double flaring tool
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i remember 3/16th as well
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measure them??

FAIL...but i beleive they are 3/16" but you will need to know what size the fittings are, ford switched from NPT or SAE to metric around your year, you will also need a double flaring tool
smart *** you know my trucks on jack stands and yes it 3/16 and i have a flaring tool. i made them look with the hose at the parts store. i got my tax refund so i could go get my parts
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smart *** you know my trucks on jack stands and yes it 3/16 and i have a flaring tool
Sounds like it would be a lot easier to figure out the size of it with it on jack stands.
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Sounds like it would be a lot easier to figure out the size of it with it on jack stands.
as in there is no rear axle under it and its 100 miles away im at college and justin knows that
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Sounds like it would be a lot easier to figure out the size of it with it on jack stands.
LMAO! That is the first thing that came to my mind. Anyway, I think they are 3/16.
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Yes they are 3/16
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STICKY.....lol
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lol come on guys lol
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3/16 for sure.
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