You count on your Jeep's braking system to perform at crucial moments, bringing you to a safe stop every time you press the pedal. Because your off-roading adventures demand reliability and consistent performance, brake lines are a critical piece of this system. 4WD.com carries superior-grade Jeep brake lines at prices that won't break the bank.
Common Signs of Bad Brake Lines
Jeep Wrangler brake lines can show several symptoms of needing replacement, including rubbing, pinching, tearing or cracking. All these problems prevent proper fluid pressure from reaching your brakes, which puts your off-roader at greater risks for serious accidents. Brake line issues can manifest in a wide variety of symptoms such as a brake pedal that feels “mushy” or soft when you press it, or even a complete failure of your brakes to operate. When you're cornering around obstacles or taking trails at high speeds, that's no time for your brakes to cut out on you. You need reliability, and 4WD.com is ready to supply it for your Jeep.
Stop on a Dime, Every Time
4WD.com's selection of brake lines keeps you stopping safely under any conditions. We source them Rancho, a California-based company that's built suspension parts, shocks and accessories since the mid-1950s. Whether it's a CJ7 brake line kit, braking components for your Wrangler or replacement parts for other models of Jeeps, Rancho's extended length front and rear brake lines have been extensively tested to ensure they stand up to the high demands of off-road riding.
Our Price Guarantee
You're an off-roader dedicated to keeping your Jeep in top condition, and we want to make it easier for you with our exclusive 4WD Hardware Best Price Guarantee. We're so confident that you'll find the best deals with us that we guarantee it. If you find your same part at a lower price anywhere else, we match that price and refund you the difference. Brake lines are important for safety and precise vehicle control. You need to be able to stop your Jeep and rely on your brakes to maneuver on and off-road. Whether you are looking for a Jeep Wrangler brake line kit or extended brake lines for a lifted rig, 4WD.com carries high-quality brake components.
Choose Durable Brake Lines
Aftermarket brake lines made out of braided stainless steel can prevent rust and corrosion from forming after exposure to moisture. This type of brake line is also designed to resist abrasion and swelling under the increased braking pressure that goes with driving on larger tires. You may experience a firmer brake pedal feel with aftermarket steel lines than you did with stock rubber lines. 4WD carries front and rear TJ brake lines and TJ extended brake lines designed for rigs with more than four inches of lift.
Order the Right Size
Make sure to check you Jeep Wrangler brake line size before ordering replacements. In general, hard brake lines on Jeeps are 3/16” in diameter. You should also make sure to determine the right fitting size, so measure or look up the right size for your model. A standard Jeep XJ brake line fitting size is 3/8”-24. You can determine the length you need based on the height of your rig and the way you intend to route the lines. Brake lines should not interfere with any moving parts. Once you install new brake lines, make sure that you can brake safely before heading off-road.
Top Quality at the Lowest Prices
You know that you will get the highest quality parts for the best value when you shop on 4WD.com. You will also get the lowest prices possible through our 4Wheel Drive Hardware Guarantee. If you find a part you have ordered at a lower price from another retailer within 90 days, we will match the price and refund the difference. Shop our huge inventory for the best deals on all the parts you need for your Jeep.
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