I did use some JB weld today. It was still leaking around it a bit so, after the JB weld firmed up a bit, I put some hose clamps on the epoxy to tighten it in the crack some. If nothing else, that should get me home when ever I head south. I'm in Gainsville, Texas right now.
As a guess, I would say that these lines aren't steel like on older trucks, as from what I can figure, when I had the engine replaced, they used a wire tie/tie wrap to hold the lines over towards the frame and the rack power steering lines. Over time (all these gravel roads haven't helped, lol) the plastic tie wrap has worn away the hard line. Gonna guess they are aluminum now. I can get compression couplings, and have used them in the past, but I just don't know what size these hard lines are, and don't want to cut it to put a coupling in until I do.
If all else fails, I have a roll of duct tape in the toolbox!