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Need size and number of threads for a 2005 V6 master brake cylinder

Discussion in '2005-2010 V6 Mustang Tech' started by bighank, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. bighank

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    What is size and number of threads for brake lines going into master cylinder?
    Need to replace master brake cylinder. Have new one but need to bleed it first. Want to make a bleeder hose from plastic tubing and a brass or steel fitting that will screw into the 2 ports for the brake lines at the side of the master cylinder.

    Can make the bleeder if I get a small double ended brake line and cut it in half or by getting 2 fittings that will screw into the master cylinder and in either case attach a small amount of clear tubing to go back into the fluid reservoir.

    What is the size and number of threads for the brake line ports at the side of the V6 master cylinder?
     
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    Fittings are M12 X 1.0 bubble flare tube nut
    Took master cylinder to Auto Zone and tried brake lines. A Poly Armour PA-708 which is listed as a 6mm X 8'' line fits the threads in the Mustang master cylinder. The specs via the internet describe the fitting as M12 X 1.0 bubble flare tube nut. Surprised that NO ONE knew that.