Just a tip...but when you go to replace the hard lines, crimp and cut off the old lines about 1" from the fitting. That way you can go ahead and remove the old line and run the new line all while not having to worry about your fluid level running empty. Then you just unbolt the fitting and attach the new line.
Another tip...attach the new line at the master cylinder first to let the fluid gravity feed to the caliper end. Makes bleeding later a whole lot quicker. And always remember to bleed all the brakes starting at the longest line to the shortest any time you open the lines to air. Passenger rear, drivers rear, passenger front, drivers front.
Have fun, use the correct size wrench and keep a pair of vice grips handy!