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What? Conifer brake lines? They're making hoses out of pine trees? Woah!

(sorry. I'm that pun nerd that always gets punched at work.)

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What? Conifer brake lines? They're making hoses out of pine trees? Woah!

(sorry. I'm that pun nerd that always gets punched at work.)

It could be done.

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The punching? Yes, yes it could.

fir sher.

>ouch<

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Cunifer brake lines were in this Nevada 71... (I thought they were copper due to the color)

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Lots of pine trees were nearby too. I have a serious problem with pine sap. It doesn't agree with me nor my vehicles.

And - Sam Adams Winter Ale - tastes like pine needles to me - yuck.

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Cunifer brake lines were in this Nevada 71... (I thought they were copper due to the color)

If your brake lines are Cunifer, not copper, they should be very slightly magnetic, due to the very small iron content of Cunifer. Copper brake line is not recommended due to work-hardening caused by vibration.

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