yeah get a simple compression union kit if the line is in good condition. the compression fitting doesn't need to be flared because it comes with two beads that act like flares. i used it on my brake lines for a quick fix until i ran new lines...works great
dont feel bad it always happens to me when im cutting the floor boards
dont use compression fittings!!!!!!!!!!!! you need to flare both sides and install line nuts before the flaring and then flare, then install a union, that is a proper repair that will last for years, not just until the car catches fire and burns to the ground from a leaking compression fitting.
if he is doing the floor pans the best way would be to run new lines.(because its rusted im sure) i never had a proplem with my compression fitting on my brake line which is alot higher psi? a compression fitting is only good if you cut the line flush to the bead but thats not hard
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