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Old 02-23-2015, 10:13 AM
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anyone find steel brake line kits for the fourth gens? got a '12 1500 and havent been able to find replacement lines for our trucks.
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SS lines? Yes. I dont have the link on my tablet at the moment. They run around $125 for the front. I ordered them, but with the cold i haven't put them on yet.

I can post later this evening if nobody has posted a link or you havent found them.

Edit: https://klmperformance.com/product/d...nes-2002-2014/
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sweet thanks brother.. i found a few online but none came with the rear lines. i was looking at the link you sent from KLM and it actually explained why they dont make the rear lines for the 4th gen trucks. the info was under the "product selection" section in case anyone else asks

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Welcome! When you get installed post some pics. I don't Think I'll get to mine until April/May
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will be doing the same upgrade at about the 50000 mile mark when i change out the break fluid.
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Welcome! When you get installed post some pics. I don't Think I'll get to mine until April/May
I will post them when i install them

i am waiting on a few more parts first before i start. i recently saw i blew out a rear shock so i ordered new rear shocks from bilstein this week..and since it will be apart i ordered the 2" rear leveling springs also. stupid mod bug bit me again. and it all started with brake lines lol..

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will be doing the same upgrade at about the 50000 mile mark when i change out the break fluid.
yeah i think its a great mod for more responsive braking. i wish they had a kit for the fourth gen rear brakes but no one makes it since you have to cut and flare the factory lines(according to the websites ive researched). basically on yourself to do it custom. at least the fronts will be sone though.
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Yea I've got the mod bug, just not sure how far I want to go. I have the RKSport hood at painter right now.
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SS lines are great.....I put a set on with my big brakes and they look real nice! Not sure if they helped pedal feel because the new system is so sensitive but looks are definitely good. Make sure to get ones with a clear plastic overcoat to ensure that nothing can fray or damage the steel.
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Yea I've got the mod bug, just not sure how far I want to go. I have the RKSport hood at painter right now.

once you get bit there's no going back. there is always something to improve or change. im trying to keep it lean until the trucks paid off, but im already ripping into things haha...
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SS lines are great.....I put a set on with my big brakes and they look real nice! Not sure if they helped pedal feel because the new system is so sensitive but looks are definitely good. Make sure to get ones with a clear plastic overcoat to ensure that nothing can fray or damage the steel.

thanks for the advice on the overcoat. ss lines help pedal feel since they dont allow ballooning of the lines(however slight)like the factory rubber when you mash the brakes. but i imagine the new setup you got helped as well...what system did you go with on the big brakes?
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