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Ranger front to rear brake line

The brake line connecting to the rear has to be replaced on my 92 Ranger XLT. There's a hole from rust. Anyone ever done this? Is it possible to but an "original" line? Would I have to drop the gas tank to get it into the chassis channel? What also strange, is the nuts on each end are different sizes. Any suggestions?
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the easiest part to buy is from the dealership

never done it on a ranger though

more than likely you will have to drop the fuel tank
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Remove the bed.That not only gives much more access but also more light to see by and easier to inspect the chassis for any other problems.
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