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Steel Brake Line Kit

Omix-Ada | Part Number: OAI16737.51
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  • Omix-Ada - Steel Brake Line Kit - Fits 1997 to 2006 TJ Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
Part Number: OAI16737.51
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1997 to 2006 TJ Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • Rear drum brakes
    • Rubber lines not included
    • Does not fit with ABS
    • Full brake line set in steel
    • Does not include frame clips

These steel brake lines are custom CNC-bent using manufacturer's blueprint specification. This means a great fit and long service life. Includes OEM style fittings. Direct OE replacement Jeep parts and accessories built to the original specifications by Omix-ADA. Limited five year manufacturer’s warranty.

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review

Great Product


By G-Man

from Hedgesville WV


Comments about Omix-AdaSteel Brake Line Kit:

Nice kit I thought all lines were made to factory specs and bents were right on .


right on the money


By Jim

from Baltimore


Comments about Omix-AdaSteel Brake Line Kit:

Good steel lines - I recommend gettingthe rubber lines at the same time - saves on headaches when the old ones break or crack


Poor fitting


By Dave

from Pennsylvania


Comments about Omix-AdaSteel Brake Line Kit:

The lines and fittings seem to be made of quality materials. The fitment left a lot to be desired. The lines on the rear axle were ok. They needed to be tweaked a little here and there, but that was to be expected. All of the other lines were substantially too long (2-4 inches). I could not reuse any of my factory attachment clips because the lines weren't even close to them. It made install

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Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    What is included in this kit. I don't see a description anywhere telling me what is included in this kit. Is it just the hard lines or does it include the flex lines needed also?
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