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Old 04-02-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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Wheeler's Brake Lines?

I'm looking to get some steel-braided brake lines. These lines from Wheeler's look pretty interesting, with red sleeve and strain-relief boots.

Anyone using them? How are they?
How much lift are they designed to accomodate?
Are all the necessary clips and tabs included?

http://wheelersoffroad.com/product-category/toyota/tacoma/2005-tacoma-4x4-and-prerunner/brakes-212787/05-tacoma-brake-lines/

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I'm looking to get some steel-braided brake lines. These lines from Wheeler's look pretty interesting, with red sleeve and strain-relief boots.

Anyone using them? How are they?
How much lift are they designed to accomodate?
Are all the necessary clips and tabs included?

http://wheelersoffroad.com/product-category/toyota/tacoma/2005-tacoma-4x4-and-prerunner/brakes-212787/05-tacoma-brake-lines/

work good. never had any problems.
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:49 AM   #3
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I'm curious to know the length..
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The Wheelers lines measure 11.5" front, 23" rear. That makes the front lines about 1" longer than All-Pro's, and the rear lines about 1" shorter than All-Pro's. Fronts should be enough to accommodate LT kits.

No clips included, so I ordered a bunch (Dorman P/N HW1457) from Amazon.
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