just did mine. picked up a set crown extended line, four for $119 shipped. on my jk i didn't Even have to take the wheels off. easy job. you do need a vacuum pump to bleed the new lines though. ive seen hand pumps at the local part store to bleed them too
ya, vacuum bleeders actually don't work well with bleeding air, at least mine doesn't. the good ole foot method is my preference.
are you going to make the lines from a bulk roll, or peice together straight pieces, or find premade lines?
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Just pick a roll of the coated brake line tubing from Napa or wherever you you buy your autoparts.
If you use the coated steel line it will last alot longer,and easier to bend.a roll of steel brake line and fittings should not cost you much more than $40.
take your time and if you buy a flaring tool spend the extra for a decent one.
94' wrangler 4 cyl. 5 speed D30/8.8 ARB
82' scrambler 350 TBI/700r4 D30/Currie 9"
07' JK sahara
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When I did mine I went and bought various lengths of hard line from 6' down to 12" and I also rented a flaring tool. I started by doing 1 line at a time and did all the bends using a variety of sockets to "roll" the bends. It took a friend and I about 18 budlights....I mean 3 hours.