Skyjacker Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines Customer Reviews
37 Customer Reviews
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Length does matter. Lifting your rig creates a wide gap between your master cylinder and your brakes. Stock brake lines fall short, but Skyjacker's rugged Stainless Steel Brake Lines go the extra mile. They're custom-made to reach all the way down for a snug fit on your Skyjacker lifted truck or SUV.
With over 30 years of rock-climbing, trail-conquering and adventure-seeking experience, Skyjacker knows how to craft hard-wearing off-road parts. That's why they use only the most durable materials in your Stainless Steel Brake Lines. Braided stainless steel for strength. Heavy-duty fittings for a factory mount. Lastly, an exclusive extruded polyurethane coating to combat chaffing.
Stopping is essential, especially when you're out on the trail. Skyjacker's Stainless Steel Brake Lines ensure that your most important pedal works when you need it most.
37 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Mitchel C (VICKSBURG, MI) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-350 — Aug 31, 2013 1:05 PM
I put these break lines on a 97 f350 powerstroke with 5.5 inches of lift. The fit was great, they are supposed to be for up to 6 inch lift but I believe on my truck I would have no problems getting away with 10 inches of lift with these break lines. They where pretty simple to put on other than I had to some customizing to make them work with my stock brackets. Overall great product other than the price seemed pretty steep but I needed them so what do you do.
Reviewed by Kellen E (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford F-350 — Jul 05, 2013 5:22 AM
They weren't exactly plug and play, the driver side was tricky but I was able to get them to work. Ok price for DOT approved stainless lines. Looks great too I don't even have a lift on my truck yet but when I get one these lines will accommodate 4-6" of lift.
Reviewed by Jake T (MONACA, PA) Reviewed for a 1992 Ford Ranger — May 30, 2013 3:37 AM
Super easy to install, doesn't come with new retaining clips, and I had to get new ones since mine were shot, but other than that an easy upgrade (as long as you don't break any old lines in the process)
Reviewed by Herbert M (VIRGINIA BEACH, VA) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford Ranger — Oct 19, 2012 2:59 AM
The skyjacker braided brake lines were a good buy. I have a 4in suspension lift and these lines were a perfect fit. I just wish it came with the locks. You can't change them out without them so I had to go to a different source.
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Asked by Anonymous
Oct 09, 2013 11:45 AM
2001 Dodge Ram
Can you tell me why the brake lines for a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 cost over $450.00 at the dealer and can you asure me that the stainless lines rear brake lines will work for this model track.
Answered by Nathan S. — Oct 09, 2013 12:22 PM
Hi James, Parts from the dealership are expensive for completely unknown and seemingly random reasons. For example: a 2003 Ford Mustang GT's ABS control module will set you back $700. But the 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra's ABS module will run you around $120. They're identical modules but have different programming. My best guess in the higher price has to due with supply and demand. Most GT owners had to replace that module. And as there are more GT's on the road than Cobra's, the dealership has less GT ABS modules in the warehouse. Now, keep in mind, you're getting a single rear brake line for this price. You will have to order multiples, so the price to piece together a kit will end up being a bit more.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Oct 20, 2012 5:52 PM
1979 Ford F-250
I have a 1979 Ford F250 Crew Cab. The truck was originally a 2wd truck thats been converted to 4wd. I don't know what type of height change there has been and what length you have in the kits for front and rear. What is the length of your lines?
Asked by Joseph L.
Aug 07, 2012 5:00 PM
1976 International Scout
yes my name is Dave im interested in your RBL50 steel braided brakeline kit from skyjacker i need to know if it includes front&rear brakelines???? please let me know if possible so i can order them preferably if it is the whole set frnt&rear thank you have a good day...
Answered by Nathan S. — Aug 08, 2012 3:10 PM
Hi Joseph, Our Skyjacker Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines are sold by the pair for the front and individually for the rear. I'm an International fan and love the Scout's, especially the 3.3L diesel trucks. They are rugged and capable with the right accessories and you will feel a difference with the Skyjacker Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines . If you haven't already upgraded the rest of your braking system, I would also recommend a set of slotted and drilled rotors to tame those hills on the way down too. Power Slot Rotorsflag Accept Answer