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I just received a brake line kit that I ordered earlier this week and will be replacing all of my hard lines this weekend. I discovered a leak in the rear driver's side line last weekend, and decided that since my YJ was 18 years old, I would replace them all.

I ordered the Omix-Ada kit (pre-shaped with fittings) on amazon and I received it within 5 days. My first impression of the tubing and fittings is pretty good, but we'll see how everything fits before I form my final opinion.

I'll post pictures of the kit and my progress of installation if anyone is interested.
 

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Brachilius, I read your build post and noticed that you had the same kit. It installs pretty easy, just a little coaxing to get them to fit. With the new lines and fresh fluid, it stops much better than before. I'm quite happy with the results.
 

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Brake Line Kit Update

I ordered mine from amazon - Omix-Ada 16737.50 Brake Line and Fitting Kit for $93.75 (free shipping). It was shipped from Classic Tube.

I saw the same kit on 4WD.com for $156.99 and on Quadratec for $109.00. You'll see it listed as Omix-Ada and/or Classic Tube.
 

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Brake Line Kit Update

I just wanted to add that this whole project started because my brakes were 'spongy' and I wanted to bleed the system to see if that would help. Then I discovered that there was a leak in one of the lines and you all know how a simple project always progresses - that's half the fun. Anyway, now that the lines are good, and I bled the system until the fluid ran clean, my stopping power is incredible - I almost put my passenger through the windshield! Next, I need to put in some grab handles. :rofl:
 

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I just received a brake line kit that I ordered earlier this week and will be replacing all of my hard lines this weekend. I discovered a leak in the rear driver's side line last weekend, and decided that since my YJ was 18 years old, I would replace them all.

I ordered the Omix-Ada kit (pre-shaped with fittings) on amazon and I received it within 5 days. My first impression of the tubing and fittings is pretty good, but we'll see how everything fits before I form my final opinion.

I'll post pictures of the kit and my progress of installation if anyone is interested.
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How did you make out installing the long rear supply line
I’m near cutting it and reflaring it
I also. Went with stainless
 

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That's a seven year old post, I doubt he will be by to answer anytime soon. Patience is the key, watch the fitting threads as you install.

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I installed a stainless kit for my YJ. Yes, just take your time. Been a while, so I can't remember really any tips. I know I cut the old line out for the rear. I'm sure you tried installing it from either end of the Jeep. Hope you got it already.
 
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