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    Install the brake lines.

    I got my calipers out of the Junk yard, and they had the little brass fitting the steel line goes into, on them already.

    I was able to get a short steel line, and use a 3/16" compression fitting to splice the line in.

    Not sure if they offer that piece at the parts store, or if you will have to get a rubber line and splice it in.

    After you get the line on, refill the master cylinder and bleed the brakes.

    If your master cylinder went dry you will probably have to do the front as well.
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