Protect your brake system and stop every time you need to on the highway or out on the trails with our Jeep Wrangler brake lines and hoses. The braking system of your Jeep Wrangler rarely gets much attention. That is, until it fails. The major mechanical components, like the brake pads
, calipers, and rotors
, will generally give you some advanced warning before they fail. Early symptoms may include squeaking, squealing, or grating sounds. But when your Jeep Wrangler brake lines and hoses go bad, your vehicle simply will not stop. Powered by hydraulics, these systems rely on fluid transfer to provide the pressure needed to make the brake calipers clamp the rotors and stop the moving wheels. A leak in your brake line or a blown hose could result in immediate and catastrophic brake failure, which is why these components should be tested every few years. We’ve been through our share of brake failures, which is how we understand the importance of sturdy and fresh brake lines and hoses. At Extreme Terrain we offer an impressive selection of standard, and rugged Jeep Wrangler brake hoses and Jeep Wrangler brake lines. One of the first upgrades you should think about making when you get ready to go off-roading is to get some stainless steel lines for your Jeep Wrangler. All the mud and dirt that will get tossed up on the lines can lead to early corrosion if they aren’t built from materials designed to last. We offer many stainless steel lines that can be put on instead of the standard lines. These lines are tough and they won’t corrode easily either. We have standard Jeep Wrangler brake lines as well as the pre-bent variety that are designed to slip right onto your Jeep Wrangler without any bending, shaping, cutting or flaring for you to worry about. We also offer extended brake lines for when you need to adjust the direction of your lines or how they are run under your Jeep Wrangler. These parts and accessories are simple to install and can help keep your vehicle safer and more reliable to drive as well. Along with the brake lines and the brake hoses, we also offer a good variety of retaining clips for a nice secure installation, and Jeep Wrangler brake master cylinder products
if yours requires replacing. Between all these different components you can go from worn or damaged lines to a perfectly functioning system once again. Invest in your brake components and you’ll always be able to stop when you need to. While it’s important to upgrade the calipers, rotors and brakes of your system, the actual lines and hoses are even more important and should be given more attention.
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