Refresher: I'm replacing the short line between the flex line and the caliper on the front passenger side brakes. It has a bubble flare on one side, and an inverted flare on the other. I have both fittings.
Need some clarification on the brake line/pipe - What makes a brake line metric? The tube? The Flaring? or just the fitting?
Long story, but my friend's flaring kit's 3/16 adapter for inverted flares is missing, but he has some standard brake line with and inverted flare on one end, and the tool to make a bubble flare on the other.
Before we did this, I wanted to make sure that the 3/16 line and the inverted flare are universal as long as I use my metric fittings.
Hope that's a clear question