I posted a thread a little while ago about the El Dorado calipers that I used for my 14 bolt FF disc swap. Well here's where I'm at. I got the steel braided lines from ORD that are suposed to be used for rear disc swaps and they came with new hydro screws. The pitch and length is the same as the Caddie ones but on the El dorado calipers there is a block where instead of a flex line, a hard line attaches with a flare nut. The flex line fitting can go on there with the screws provided but they are too long. The block that went on there is larger so the threads only go in so far with the new flex line fitting, then bottom out. I took the screws to a grinder so they wouldn't bottom out and then installed them into the calipers but now I'm having trouble bleeding. So now that I think about it my question is, do those screws need to be 100% flush at the tips when they screw in and by grinding them to random lengths are they going to provide pressure like they should or does it not matter as long as there is no leaks at the crush rings???