hey guys i seem to be always having issues double flaring 3/16 stainless line. I have a pretty darn good flaring tool from eastwood, see photo. I usually buy long lengths of stainless line from Jegs which comes with two fittings where as i cut, template and flare. I have nothing but problems every single time i do this. On the Jegs website I just read earlier t does mention not to cut and flare these preflared lines, not sure why but ive ben using these lines for 7 years and just saw the notation this morning. I don't bother with the 50ft coil to make lines because i dont have a tube straightener or the patience to wrestle the coil. \ Would any of you guys know if the preflared lines might have a thicker wall than the coiled line since they are CNC machine flared? it seems when i flare the Jegs line i see microficial cracks at the flare seat and i think this is why i always get leaks and need to kill the torque on the fittings always. i am considering using other material from here on out but undecided. i would just like to get this to work right each time i do a job. I have two dozen lines in my garage i keep on hand always, hate to toss them but the headaches are getting on my nerves.