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Old 10-13-2019, 04:36 PM   #1
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should i be concerned?

rear lines donít know what they are



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Old 10-13-2019, 04:43 PM   #2
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Well, I certainly am.
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Is that your sway bar? I think I'd be concerned any time a suspension component is damaged.
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no itís not my sway bar, itís rubber but i donít see any fluids coming out of it, theyíre shredded on both sides from my wheels being wide, iíll try to zip tie it away from the wheel iím not sure what it is tho


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I don't know if you should be concerned but I can say with certainty that I am irritated.
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no itís not my sway bar, itís rubber but i donít see any fluids coming out of it, theyíre shredded on both sides from my wheels being wide, iíll try to zip tie it away from the wheel iím not sure what it is tho


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So, seriously, let's go through the possibilities. Are there coolant lines in the back? Oil lines? Blinker fluid lines? No.

So it's either gas or brake lines. Why would a gas line go into a wheel? It wouldn't. Why would a brake line go into a wheel?

By the power of deduction, it must be a brake line (though possibly the ebrake). I'm always concerned about damage to any brake line.
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Some better angles would help alot with seeing what it is? Maybe Jack up the car and get some pics from underneath? Doesn't look like anything MAJOR but it's definitely something you'd want to find a remedy for asap.
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Yeap, concerned is a word.

Fix, that's another word you should be using sooner rather than later.

The worn line is for your handbrake cable, remove wheel, bend bracket, test and adjust.
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Yeap, concerned is a word.

Fix, that's another word you should be using sooner rather than later.

The worn line is for your handbrake cable, remove wheel, bend bracket, test and adjust.
Oh! Now I see it. Had to turn it upside down.
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How wide are your wheels? From your avatar pic it looks like they are pretty sunken in like stock width. Maybe you just have really wrong offset on those wheels.
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should i be concerned?

my avatar pic is when i first got my car i havenít changed it lol my rear wheels are 18x10.5 +22


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Some better angles would help alot with seeing what it is? Maybe Jack up the car and get some pics from underneath? Doesn't look like anything MAJOR but it's definitely something you'd want to find a remedy for asap.


once i get some iíll remove the wheel to fully see whatís going on


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Ebrake line, you can just bend the bracket back. That's what I did.
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20mm spacers are an option too
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