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I’ve done a lot of four-wheeling over the last 20 years and I’ve had a lot of learning experiences. Trail fixes sometimes breed some very creative thinking. One time we had a braided steel brake line get snagged by a large tree limb that we had driven over. The limb tore the brake line right out of it’s fitting. Not having a spare brake line, we resorted to using a pair of vice-grips, ductaped to a rear shock to clamp the brake line down to keep it from leaking. Yeah, it worked…sort of…but that kind of a fix always leaves you wondering for the whole rest of the drive, if it’s going to fail at any moment.
I thought about it for a while until it dawned on me that I could just carry some kind of plug to plug the brake line at it’s last junction. By taking a brake fitting and welding over the top of it while retaining the flared piece of hard line (to seal against the cone of the female portion of the fitting) a perfect plug (that will not leak) is created. You can isolate the problem and fix it. You can block off the system at different points as necessary. You can eliminate individual wheel’s or the entire front or rear systems.
It obviously goes without saying that eliminating brakes from a vehicle is going to cause you issues, so use prudence and caution. This is just a trick for getting you out of the woods, or wilderness, or desert a little quicker and a little cleaner.