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What is this part for the rear breaks

Im trying to buy a replacement for this.

It sits on top of the axle and the right and left break line goes into it plus has a hose coming off it

The hose coming off it is fitted and cant be removed

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A Brake Line
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thats like the caliper brake line -- i cant remember what i did to get on mine to work -- i think if you buy that caliper brake line it comes with it im not 100% sure tho
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Found it on Oreilly.com they call it Rear Brake Hose only $13.49

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It looks like the spot where the flux capacitor speed sensor plugs in.....
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yup thats the part my friend.
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It looks like the spot where the flux capacitor speed sensor plugs in.....
thats what i was thinking.. lol.
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I dont have a flux capacitor on my ranger should I get one

It is also listed on autozone as the muffler bearing lube station WTF??

So is this a multi use device?
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I dont have a flux capacitor on my ranger should I get one

It is also listed on autozone as the muffler bearing lube station WTF??

So is this a multi use device?
pretty much its also a blinkerfluid pump
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Stop confusing the kid lol
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Stop confusing the kid lol
Im 26 years old
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Then go ahead and change the flux capacitor...
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Then go ahead and change the flux capacitor...
Show me where it is on the truck

I searched ranger forums but I guess no one else has had one go out
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Don't get out much do you...
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did you get your answer?

its a rear brake line hose.

starts up at the frame (is clipped on) then bolted to the axle where the drivers and passenger side brake lines attach to it.
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Don't get out much do you...
Im not as stupid as you think I am

I know that muffler bearing blinkerfluid and a flux capacitor do not exist

It is called a joke you know people tell them to make other people laugh.


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did you get your answer?

its a rear brake line hose.

starts up at the frame (is clipped on) then bolted to the axle where the drivers and passenger side brake lines attach to it.
Yes in about 40 min Oreilly should have mine they ordered out from the warehouse.
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