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I have this M10 brake T-piece and want to replace it.

Who stocks this type?

It has male internal fittings to suit my female flared brake pipes

The ones I see for sale are all female internals.....I don't want to alter my pipes to suit but simply replace the T-piece/

Hope someone lets me know
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where to buy one.
 

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Hi Kev

I have another T-piece and that has a different internal shape ........it slopes inwards, cone shape, like it would suit a male flared end.

The one shown is quite different internally ( that central prt protrudes) to suit a different flare which I thought would be to suit a female brake pipe end

perhaps I'm having another senior moment and canne see it.
 

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I see what's happening ...terminolgy problem . The difference is that the one you have in your photo would require OP2 as well as standard OP1 for standard male fitting . Don't think I've ever seen one like that in all my 50 years playing with cars . What's from ? ie can you get a replacement from OEM?
 

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Don't think I've ever seen one like that in all my 50 years playing with cars .
Same here Kev........that's why I asked on here.

It had me well puzzled. Eventually went with standard female T-pieces and made up new pipes to solve this.

I had ABS system problems with this and decided it was easier to go with a 'normal' servo so had to join pipes
to suit the master cylinder instead of going to the ABS block.

Something a bit different...........
 

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You been messing again ? LOL Nope, struggling to recognise the base car ??
 

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Most US vehicles have that sort of tee, all pipes inc flexy ,need to have OP1 and OP2 "type" ends
Some flexys seal only on a flat washer
 
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