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Duramax Brake Lines

Discussion in 'Drivetrain' started by RI Chevy Silveradoman, Sep 22, 2017.

  1. ak diesel driver

    ak diesel driver 6.5 driver

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    for us it helps to keep them outside because it stays frozen most of the winter so not so many freeze thaw cycles
     
  2. RI Chevy Silveradoman

    RI Chevy Silveradoman At your service Staff Member Moderator

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    I believe the heat activates the salt and starts the corrosion process. Nothing scientifically proven, just my theory. Lol
     
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  3. Will L.

    Will L. Well-Known Member

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    Hey now- no picking on heat. Heat is my friend- we go way back and he only destroys my paint. And interior. And tires. And anything rubber. And heatstroke once- HEY ya know what?? Blame the heat!!! I think he took that missing $20 from my wallet, that Sun of a
     
  4. btfarm

    btfarm 325,000 Worth Staff Member Moderator

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    Took a good look at the brake lines today while up on the tire shop hoist and specifically right under the drivers seat, there is no sign of rust.
     
  5. RI Chevy Silveradoman

    RI Chevy Silveradoman At your service Staff Member Moderator

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