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95 bronco front passenger brake line repair (abs fitting)

Alright guys, I need some help from the experts! So as the title says I have a 95 ford bronco that has or had (I plugged the abs port) broken brake line. Now I do have a brand new rubber line that connects to the caliper I just need the hard line that goes to the abs module or whatever its called and it has a special fitting that I cant find anywhere.

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fitting thread pitch for abs pump connection ?

brake line diameter ?

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I was able to order pre-bent stainless brake lines from LMC that fit. Replaced all of them on my truck but I think you can buy individually.
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You can take the fitting from the old line and use it again. Just cut the brake line before the flare. Or you can do it in 2 steps, with an adapter bushing from the parts store. I dont remember what size they are but maybe 3/8 to 1/4 and that fits premade brake lines for the fords.
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part store will have brake line in varying lengths just bend as needed and the adapters

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Alright guys, I need some help from the experts! So as the title says I have a 95 ford bronco that has or had (I plugged the abs port) broken brake line. Now I do have a brand new rubber line that connects to the caliper I just need the hard line that goes to the abs module or whatever its called and it has a special fitting that I cant find anywhere.

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fitting thread pitch for abs pump connection ?

brake line diameter ?
Sorry I may be confused here but the ABS line no thread pitch, it's a plug and play wire..
https://www.amazon.com/SKP-SK970020-...y&sr=8-1-fkmr0
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Sorry I may be confused here but the ABS line no thread pitch, it's a plug and play wire..
https://www.amazon.com/SKP-SK970020-...y&sr=8-1-fkmr0
that's a wheel speed sensor total different then a brake line? those are just a electrical component that sends a signal to the ecu. no fluid involved. so what exact part are you needing then? the other side of the plug?

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that's a wheel https://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum...ml#post7244696 total different then a brake line? those are just a electrical component that sends a signal to the ecu. no fluid involved. so what exact part are you needing then? the other side of the plug?
I get that it's the speed sensor, but RLVBronco said he needs the ABS Line, he has a caliper line so I am confused as to what he really needs. A pic would be helpful..
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