Do you mean you need to make a 'blind pipe' to blank or block the hydraulic pipes to avoid hydraulic fluid loss..??
Get a piece of copper brake pipe made up.. about 20cm long with the correct union/connection at one end.. hammer the other end flat..about 10 cm and then fold it in half and hammer it flat again.. you now have a 'blind pipe'..
when you disconnect your pipes quickly screw the 'blind pipe' on.. that should keep it sealed while you do the rest of the job..
when you have finished the subframe job.. reconnect the original pipes and bleed the system..
try not to lose too much fluid..
I'm not sure about pipe/ union sizes.. can anyone help??
Gettin' to old for this sh*t
Last edited by seadart; 11-02-12 at 05:25.