Brake lines connect you to your brakes. They are vital to your braking system as well. They must be built with high strength materials to hold against high pressures. They must prevent corrosion and rust. They must be strong against heat and abrasion. All while being compact enough to run along the length of the vehicle without obstruction. When a brake line fails, your brakes fail. We never want to experience the feeling of your foot hitting the floor when applying the brakes. Upgrade your lines to high strength steel brake lines for ultimate protection.View more...
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StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit
Integral part of brake upgrade
I changed the original old rubber lines out during a long-overdue brake system overhaul recently and believe these lines have contributed to the significantly improved braking response. The four stars for "ease of installation" kinda goes without further explanation for a job like this on an old truck. The flare nuts tend to round regardless of how much penetrating oil View more reviews...
Posted By JEFF R (Wrightsville Beach, NC) / July 22, 2019
2002 Toyota Tacoma
Russell Brake Lines
Great Brake Lines
They are built very nicely and length was very close to OE. Fitment was great! View more reviews...
Posted By Daniel B (YPSILANTI, MI) / June 17, 2019
2000 Chevy Suburban
Goodridge G-Stop Brake Lines
Until time is spent using this type of product, the true quality of the product will not be understood. So far, so good. I do also use Amsoil products throughout my Xterra for the experiences I have had with their products are very solid. View more reviews...
Posted By Ted C (MURFREESBORO, TN) / May 29, 2019
2012 Nissan Xterra