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121k miles in the northeast has put a hurt on my Ram's brake lines. They're rusty as heck. Not just surface rust either. I'm going to be towing with this truck so I want everything 100%

I want to redo all the brake lines. What's the best way to tackle this? The truck has ABS brakes but they don't work so I'm going to bypass all that junk.

Can I buy line by the foot? Where should I buy the rubber flex lines? Should I pony up and buy a bender and flare tool? I figure the parts store will have plenty of fittings on hand.

I figure I should at least stock up on penetrating oil and get some e-z outs and taps for the fittings that break off.
 

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I would get the flaring tool but the lines need to be double flared also you might want to give TSM a call they made my stainless braided lines for my truck talk to Skip there they also make them for lifted trucks (303) 688-6882
 
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