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Baer brake systems come with new stainless steel braided pressure lines that terminate on the caliper side with a banjo fitting. The banjo bolt is gun-drilled for a fluid passage; a hole near the shank passes fluid to a channel on the outside of the bolt. That outside channel is fed by the fitting the bolt passes through. That pressure is retained by a sandwich of two soft copper washers that crush to form a high-pressure seal.