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Old 04-15-2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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1g brake line thread size and caliper Q.

Previous owner of my 90' GST, after the brake line rusted through the left rear line he merely shoved a bolt in the line and let the caliper rust away and seize. Anyone know the connection thread sizes? Are there any other Mitsubishi cars that used the same rear caliper type? I'm going junkyard diving rather than pay $100 for a new caliper.
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Re: 1g brake line thread size and caliper Q.

Not sure on the exact fitting size and pitch, but it should be a pretty standard japanese import size. Go to advance auto and take one of the old ones, the smarter ones can help you out.
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