10 Best Automotive Replacement Brake Fittings

List Updated August 2020

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Brake Fittings in 2020


Inverted Flare Brake Line Union For 3/16" Tube (3/8"-24 threads) (Pack of 5)

Inverted Flare Brake Line Union For 3/16
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

SAE Brake Line Fitting Kit for Inverted Flares on 3/16 and 1/4 Tube

SAE Brake Line Fitting Kit for Inverted Flares on 3/16 and 1/4 Tube
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Coated for corrosion resistance
  • Most populare SAE sizes
  • Many local parts stores rent out flaring tools free

AN3 Midget Aluminum Brake Line Dry Brake Quick Disconnect Fitting Sprint Car Red

AN3 Midget Aluminum Brake Line Dry Brake Quick Disconnect Fitting Sprint Car Red
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Size: AN3-3 body
  • Type: Quick Release Fittings - Brake Line
  • Material:7075 Aluminum Alloy
  • size:red
  • Application: Fuel Hose, Turbo oil line Hose, Brake Hose, Hydraulic Hand Brake Hose, Suspension fluid, reservoir hose.

SAE Brake Line Fitting Kit for Inverted Flares on 1/4 Tube

SAE Brake Line Fitting Kit for Inverted Flares on 1/4 Tube
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Made in USA
  • Plated for corrosion resistance
  • Includes most common SAE fittings for 1/4" tube

AGS BLFA-1 Brake Line Fitting

AGS BLFA-1 Brake Line Fitting
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Fitting assortments are designed for specialty and general repair shops
  • Each assortment contains a specific collection of fast moving Fittings that should be kept on hand when working with Automotive Hydraulic braking systems
  • Assortments are packaged in shatter-resistant, see-through plastic trays
  • Locator labels on the inside lid make locating, selecting, and re-filling quick and easy

Complete 25' Rolls 3/16 & 1/4 inch Brake Line Kit WITH Fittings and 8' of Spring Guard

Complete 25' Rolls 3/16 & 1/4 inch Brake Line Kit WITH Fittings and 8' of Spring Guard
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 35 inverted flare tube nuts included for both break line sizes
  • Zinc Plated for Corrosion Resistance
  • 8 feet of line protector for .187" and .25"
  • 25 foot tube coils (.187 and .25 O.D.)
  • Many local parts stores rent out flaring tools free

Allstar Performance ALL50100 3-3/16" Inverted Flare Brake Line Adapter

Allstar Performance ALL50100 3-3/16
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Brake Line Adapter
  • Clip-In
  • 3 AN Male to 3/8-24 in Inverted Flare Female

Russell 640541 90 Degree Banjo SAE Brake Adapter Fitting

Russell 640541 90 Degree Banjo SAE Brake Adapter Fitting
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Designed for excellent brake system fittings
  • Features an endura finish
  • Long lasting durability
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Easy installation

10x DOT Nylon Air Brake Tubing Union Brass Fittings for 1/4" OD Tube

10x DOT Nylon Air Brake Tubing Union Brass Fittings for 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • 10 Pack of 1/4" OD Tube Unions/UL

Brake Fitting 1941-1945 MB; 1945-1949 CJ-Y-Fitting for Brake Master Cylinder JA000557

Brake Fitting 1941-1945 MB; 1945-1949 CJ-Y-Fitting for Brake Master Cylinder JA000557
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Brake Fitting
  • Master Cylinder Y Fitting

Automotive Cafeteria Manager Sees Industry's Woes Up Close

The ongoing struggles of the Michigan automotive industry are seeing signs of change.
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Temporaries flood in and out of the plant; others with more seniority are transferring to Chicago.

The auto industry in Michigan is beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel. However, many of the individuals that work on the production line are skeptical as whether that light is a train. Their livelihood has been jeopardized over the course of the past few years and many have the mindset that this may not be a career for them. What used to be considered a golden ticket, now comes with doubt.

There is little certainty especially for those with little or low seniority. Overtime is sparse, and shift durations vary. There are many reasons for these individuals to fear the changes that have come to pass.

I may not get greasy with automotive fluids, or have a standing in UAW meetings but that doesn't mean I am not connected to these men and women. I listen to their woes, an unbiased ear to hear their concerns. Many of them have become friends. I don't just serve them meals-their well being directly reflects that of my own. Without them, I would not have a job.

Luckily enough, the F-150 has had great domestic success for the quarter. New positions are opening up, and morale is increasing along with production demands. This is encouraging for the Michigan automotive industry, more specifically the workers.

I grew up in a UAW home, my father having been a tool and die maker for Chrysler until his unfortunate passing in 2003. The industry's first near casualty. I remember his fears and concerns. The cutbacks we as a family had to make then. This gives me an even greater insight into the struggles of these Michigan auto workers.

President Obama spoke of the bailouts given to the Michigan automotive industry on Friday, and still stands behind his decision to aid the auto industry. The bailout which forced auto companies to reinvent themselves in order to survive also made them a force of solidarity. Not just for their bottom line, but for the well being of the industry as a whole.

Without the automotive industry, Michigan would become more desolate than the recession has already warranted. Michigan's economy is auto manufacturing, and many a family is impacted by its successes and defeats. Even those not directly employed within the industry like me, depend on production lines being successful.

I believe that while it may be slow to rebuild, there is promise in the Michigan automotive industry being rebuilt. New concepts across the board, along with various plants being re-tooled to accommodate them will create new jobs showing that light at the end of the tunnel is just that-a light and not a train waiting to demolish all that Michigan and Detroit stand for.

Sales are starting to increase in not only the vehicles they manufacture, but also in the meals I provide them. These indicators give me hope. The Michigan automotive industry may not yet be completely out of the woods, but the signs of a turnaround are eminent.

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