Brake line fittings are components used in automotive braking systems to connect the various brake lines, hoses, and parts to each other.
These fittings are usually made of high-strength materials such as steel, brass, MS, and aluminum. and are designed to handle high pressure and vibration. They typically come in various shapes and sizes and are used to join lines together, split lines into multiple paths, and connect lines to other components.
The type of metric brake line fitting used depends on the specific application and the specific design of the brake system.
Some common types of brake line fittings include flares, adapters, unions, tees, elbows, and couplings. These fittings are used to connect 3n brake lines to the master cylinder, ABS unit, calipers, and other components in the braking system, and ensure a tight, leak-free seal.