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Working on brakes on my 1931 Dodge DH - new brake shoe linings - new master cylinder done by Apple Hydraulics (great job) - finished adjusting brakes and realized that on the brake line going from the master cylinder to the brake line TEE there was a leak in the larger main connection - upon inspection the inside of the tTEE at that point looked like it was damaged therefore the leak - I am now looking to find a new brake line TEE with the main connection and three other smaller connections - I was told that it would be wise to replace the line from the master cylinder to this TEE with a new line - is it OK to replace with a steel line? or is it possible to use copper. Sure do appreciate some advice - tomorrow I am planning on taking a trip to NAPA or other nearby parts stores with my damaged TEE in hand and will be taking the piece of brake line that goes from the bottom of the master cylinder to the TEE to see what they recommend - I also plan to heed the advice of some Dodge Brothers also. Thanks for listening and thanks for any or all replies. Don Lohr email@example.com