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Old 06-10-2019, 05:51 AM
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Can anyone recommend braided brake lines for my 08 jku? I keep seeing to many brands and a wide range of pricing. Whats your experiance?
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Old 06-10-2019, 09:47 AM
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Evo is $150 for all 4. good deal. quality lines. Crown run around 160 for all 4.
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I went with the mopar and they are on rock auto for $30 a piece but they are now made longer in the fronts so you can replace the wheel speed sensors at the same time.

I just wanted a direct replacement since my skills are limited. If you have a large lift you may want to consider the length.
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Been running Teraflex braided in the back. No complaints here.
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Get DOT approved brake lines and keep going. I bought Rough Country years ago and they've yet the fail and they're long enough to accommodate my 2.5" lift with no sweat. They're braided with a sleeve on it so you won't catch all of the debris and get it stuck in the line sheath.
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Yep, those are what I bought. They were on eBay (again, been some years) and they were $20/ pair.
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Thank you!
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You might do a local search and find a hydraulic shop that can build them for you.
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