Reviewed By Charles L (New York, NY) Reviewed for a 1979 Ford F-250 —4/16/2015 7:11 AM
These stainless brake lines mounted up extremely easily. They are a much needed upgrade over the traditional rubber lines.
Reviewed By Robert C (Andover, MA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Tacoma —3/31/2015 6:23 PM
The quality jumped out at me right away. These brake lines are made with excellent quality. The installation went as expected. Patience is the protocol because you're working with rust under the frame. My Tacoma has 130,000 miles. I don't wait for a failure, I replaced the brake lines ahead of leaks and problems. Why install rubber hoses when SS lines are available?
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Anytime you’re doing a brake job, it’s recommended that you swap out more than the brake pads. Often times the rotors need replacing, or at least resurfacing, and other components can show wear and tear, too. And though brake lines rarely need replacement during routine maintenance, upgrading to a set of stainless steel brake lines is highly recommended. After all, you’re down there anyway. And, though you may think a brake line is a brake line is a brake line, nothing adds a serious dose of pedal punch like a set of performance brake lines.