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Guys,

I need some information... :doh:

As I'm making progress on the LHD conversion of my 74 2-door Range Rover classic, I've not been able to find out what thread is used on the brake pipe connectors. I do know it's Imperial-thread, but what size?? And, Where can I order them on-line?

Your help is much appreciated, as on the european main land, we are more in to DIN metric sizes :mrgreen:

Thanks!
 

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Sorry guy...
Way outta my league, '74 is a bit early for the US market folk. I can only suggest you undo the fitting in question and take it to an auto store and get it sized up? If LR is true to it's heritage, very little was changed in the years of the Classic, so the part may be easy to source, right in the store... one would hope.
I replaced one of my brake lines that had two different end fittings by purchasing two different pre-manufactured pipes and splicing them together with a compression union. Necessity is the mother...
 

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Rimmer Brothers or someone similar might be able to help. If not a dedicated brake specialist rebuilder should be able to figure it out.
 
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