i did mention this elsewhere but decided it might fit into this thread too. radiator hoses etc you can probably makeitwork-fix with ducttape if needed but the smaller hoses and tubes are more tricky.. offering one way how to temporarily fix an broken brakeline or fuel line or other vacuum hose or pipe. 1. measure the ones you have in your car. inner or outer diameter depending of the item.. metal ones outer dia. plastic, rubber etc soft tubes inner diameter. 2. get 2 hose clamps per needed sizes. (one clamp will fit many diff sizes so you might only need one or two pairs to fit all them pipes/hoses/tubes.) 3. get few inches of highpressure hoses that have inner diameter that fits over the pipes outer diameters. (one section of each size needed) --and-- 4. get few inches of copper/aluminum/metal tubing that fits inside of the rubber/plastic tubes/hoses you measured before. and there you have a way to temp fix any broken or punctured line your car might have. 1.a broken rubber hose.. cut it thru.. put the small metal tube inside it and tighten it up with hoseclamps. 2. broken brakeline.. same thing.. cut it.. add rubber hose over the ends and tighten them up. it will do a while. if it dont hold, you can still cruch the end of the line so it will not leak liquid out. i rather first try driving with all my wheels braking. this setup i learned when i saw this set up in the trunk toolbox of an old car mechanic while i was rummaging for a part he needed. saw the parts. thought about them a moment why he would have such things in his car.. and then this quick-a-fix thing hit me. i am applying it to my car now.. still need few metal tubes of different sizes then im good to go.