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    Fitting braided hoses on rear

    Having some trouble fitting the goodridge hoses on my van, cant work out how the hose is held into the bracket. Obviously going to have to make up the middle section with copper pipe but stuck with how it's held in, anyone help?

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    It's just a VERY tight push connection.

    I actually bent the bracket slightly to get mine off.

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    Thanks Max got there in the end

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    mate can you post some pics as i had this problem myself and gave up on them in the end

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    sorry don't have any pics but it was basically just forcing the old hose out of the bracket by putting it in a vice, and using a small hammer and screw-driver to knock it out of where it sits, bit heavy handed but it worked.

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