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OE-style rubber front disc brake hose with with a reinforcing sleeve on the inner end for Classic Minis.

We all believe that our life often depends on our braking system. But how can you tell when "it's good enough"? The flexible rubber brake hoses are a prime area for concern. The hose is both exposed to road grime (rain and dirt) but it is also exposed to constant flexing from suspension movement! While they are normally very thick, visible cracking should raise an alarm. This is typically caused by the elements but should be viewed as a indication of age. Of equal concern is the inside of the hose. While there is no way to inspect it, an old hose actually swells up inwardly, often reducing the area that the fluid flow through to half or less! The best precaution is preventive maintenance. If you can see cracking on the outside- replace them!

Brake Hose Front Disc OE-style | Classic Mini

Brake Hose Front Disc OE-style | Classic Mini

Brake Hose Front Disc OE-style | Classic Mini
Part No: GBH174
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OE-style rubber front disc brake hose with with a reinforcing sleeve on the inner end for Classic Minis.

We all believe that our life often depends on our braking system. But how can you tell when "it's good enough"? The flexible rubber brake hoses are a prime area for concern. The hose is both exposed to road grime (rain and dirt) but it is also exposed to constant flexing from suspension movement! While they are normally very thick, visible cracking should raise an alarm. This is typically caused by the elements but should be viewed as a indication of age. Of equal concern is the inside of the hose. While there is no way to inspect it, an old hose actually swells up inwardly, often reducing the area that the fluid flow through to half or less! The best precaution is preventive maintenance. If you can see cracking on the outside- replace them!

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