Not sure when they were replaced, but look dried out and brittle to me. I have purchased replacements. Any tips to tackle this one? It looks like you need to hold the line up by the clip, and use a line wrench on the steel line. Anys tips on breaking them loose. Also tips on the bleeder valve on the wheel cylinder. I don't want to round it off trying to loosen.
I just purchased my 1953 Chevy 3100 three weeks ago. So far I know it has a 235 ci six-cyl out of a 54 passenger car, converted to 12v, not sure when painted, Coker bias-plys, 3 on the tree, nice interior, no radio, guessing 4.11 rear. Had a lube job, drained trans & rear. Added new fluids. Replacing VC gasket/ Old one fell apart in a dozen pieces, hence oil leaking. Does not smoke. Will drain coolant system & replace thermostat. Ordered an Assembly manual. Have a 48-53 truck shop manual. Will replace plugs & wires. Had generator rebuilt.