I really Doubt it!!!
We tried that on a brake line on 1960s CJ 3B Jeep
It did not hold long!
I suggest that you Cut thru OR cut out your hole
If you have enough room Slide the correct Flare Nuts down each of the lines then DOUBLE FLARE the ends of the lines
Then insert a Double flare coupling and tighten it all up!
You must weigh out cost/ time trouble of replacing the line VS: Double Flare coupling and tool
THIS IS NOT A PLUMBING FLARE TOOL (I KNOW, IMMA PLUMBER)!!!!THIS TOOL WORKS SIMILAR EXCEPT IT ROLLS THE FLARE INWARD TO MAKE A TOUGHER SEALING SURFACE.......You might buy a short brake line and practice a few times before you....GO FOR IT!!! Cut the lines with a tubing cutter if possible...or a sawblade--dremel tool---keep it "Square" on the ends!
Let me know your resultsI've done all of your shopping for you!
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Friday, December 17th, 2010 AT 3:53 PM