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    Replaced old cracked oem brake booster hose to a rubber hose to avoid cracking and after a couple of days the rubber house looks kinked and squished together looks like no air going trew but brakes still work should I keep or go with oem? Thanks

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    If the hose is collapsing you have a problem.

    Aftermarket hoses, are generally ok, if they are designed specifically for the car, used where they were designed to be used.

    You def' cannot, just use any old "rubber hose" for a brake line.

    OEM or specific replacement hose from a reputable manufacturer only.
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    Ok thanks man

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