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Old 07-12-2018
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Rear Brake hose clips?

Blew a rear rubber brake line on a 1995 Ford Ranger XLT 3.0. Does it have a clip/lock like the front lines? Ordered a replacement hose and line but no clips or bolts.
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It screws into the splitter on rear differential and then goes to a bracket on drivers side frame rail, and if memory serves there is a clip there but it can be reused.

On some the bracket was part of the new flex line, so came with new line
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Old 07-13-2018
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Thanks. Mine is so rusty I am worried the clip won't be reusable. Guess I will soon find out.
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