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Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit for 0 to 6-Inch Lift (87-06 Jeep Wrangler YJ & TJ)

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      Video Review & Installation

      The RT Off-Road Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit is for those of you who have a 1987 through the 2006 YJ or TJ with 0-6 inches of lift that are looking to replace your soft brake lines for ones that are going to be a little bit longer, allow for a little bit more lift but also just a new set that are going to replace your otherwise worn out older brake lines. This is going to be a fairly simple installation, I'm still going to give it a three out of three wrenches because you are going to have to bleed out your brake system after you get these installed and on an older Jeep you may have some rust that might make this install a little bit more difficult, but I am going to talk you through that installation in just a second here. So as I said, this is going to be a really nice replacement for your factory lines, if those factory lines are starting to wear out on you. The fact that this is a braided stainless line means that you're not going to get any swelling of the brake line when you step on the brake. All of that pedal is going to go directly into the brakes which is a good thing. A lot of people will say that with a stainless line you actually get a stiffer pedal feel. I think usually that's just because when you install something like this, you're also essentially doing a brake flush, you're putting new fluid in the system and that's probably the reason for the stiffer pedal feel, not necessarily the lack of expansion from the stainless lines, but that is going to be another benefit for you. This is going to come of course with your two lines for the front and you have one soft line in the back that comes down from the body to the axle and then splits off to hard line to the rear corners. So you're going to get all three lines, you're also going to get brackets and hardware and everything that you need to get this installed. Now this is going to be a little bit of a different setup than some of the other ones that we see. The brackets that go in the frame on the front here, these have nuts instead of just clips that slide over them, which is again a little bit different from some of the other options out there. This block here, that actually goes onto the back of the front calipers. This unscrews and screws back on instead of being one molded piece like some of the other ones out there, so there are a few differences there, not necessarily better or worse but just something that I did want to note for you.Now let's talk about the cost, these are going to be a little bit less expensive than some of the other choices out there and it might be for the reasons that i just mentioned. These are going to come in at a little bit under $100. I do think that's going to be a pretty good deal for you if you're on a little bit of a budget, you just can't see a reason to spend a little bit more for a different attaching method here or eliminating just one more screw joint, then these are going to be perfectly fine and they are pretty fairly priced. If you just step up in cost a little bit, you are going to get a mounting method here that, in my opinion, is going to be a little bit easier to use with those clips and you are going to eliminate one more potential leaking point of having that additional threaded fitting on the bottom of the brake line. So I said before three out of three wrenches here. It's a fairly easy three out of three though, you're going to have to brake your brake lines loose, your factory ones, from the hard lines up front, also from the hard line in the back. You're going to then have to unscrew it from the block on the top of the rear axle in the back here and also from the caliper up front and that will allow you to bolt your new lines into place. You're going to remove the L brackets that are on the frame up front, bolt the new ones in place. In the back, you're not going to have to do anything with any sort of brackets. You'll screw the new brake lines through those brackets into the existing hard lines up front, run them down to the calipers, make sure that this additional joint here is nice and tight, make sure that you're using all of your new crush washers on the banjo bolts to make sure nothing is going to leak, That'll take care of you up front.In the back here, you're going to have this new block again, so you're going to have to unscrew the hard line from the old block, screw the hard line into your new block here and then the new block also does get bolted down to the axle so nothing is moving around there. Once the whole system has been opened up like that so that you can put the new lines in, of course you have to bleed it out. You're going to start with the wheel furthest from the master cylinder. There are a couple different ways to bleed, either with a bleeder that pulls vacuum from the wheel side, one that pushes pressure from the master cylinder side, or the old tried and true two person method where you're pumping the brakes from the interior of the vehicle, there's also gravity bleeding, there are a lot of different options for bleeding out brakes. You choose your favorite to get the brakes bled out. But all in all this is going to be a fairly inexpensive set of stainless steel brake lines for your YJ or TJ and you can find them right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Extra Length and Improved Performance for Modified Vehicles
      • Braided Stainless Steel and Rubber
      • O.T. Certified
      • Direct Fit Replacement - Professional Installation Recommended
      • Front and Rear Hoses Included
      • Limited Warranty
      • Fits 1987-2006 Jeep Wrangler YJ and TJ Models


      Improved Performance. A modified vehicle requires a little something extra. The Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit for 0-6 Inch Lift delivers. Not only are you getting a little extra length, you're getting a lot of extra performance. This brake kit is designed with durable stainless steel that will outlast the factory soft lines they're replacing. You can be assured that your modified Wrangler is getting the best brake hose kit when you install a Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit.

      Confidence in Safety. These hoses are made with extra durable stainless steel and are D.O.T. certified in all 50 states.

      Installation. Since this Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit is a direct fit to replace your factory parts and requires bleeding of your braking system, professional installation is recommended.

      Warranty. You get a 12-month/12,000 mile warranty and some limitations and exclusions may apply.

      Application. This Stainless Steel Brake Hose Kit for 0-6 Inch Lift is specifically designed to be compatible with 1987-2006 Jeep Wrangler YJ and TJ models.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (3) Stainless Steel Lines
      • (2) Junction Blocks
      • (2) Mounting Brackets
      • (6) Copper Washers
      • Mounting Hardware

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