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I managed to crush and cut some hose on the rear axle. I think I can find some stuff local (what size is it and what would it take to run new lines for the entire system?) but has anyone had luck patching the hose or... Boy do I feel stupid, thought it was clear and it wasn't. The end of a really bad day!
 

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Your Range Rover dealer sells an in line connector to repair dammaged eas lines for $12.00.If you need a part number it's on the main site for parts.This connector is a push in type like on the air bellow, so it's an easy fix even in a tight space like above frame rail, you'll just need to trim hose end at break.
 

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I've got splices, and airline, by the meter or roll. one 15m roll will do the whole thing, plus some to spare for "learning events".

The splices I cary are brass compression fittings, they'll last longer than your RR will.
 
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