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PLEASE NOTE: 2012-2014 Ford Raptors have a non-serviceable rear caliper line connection where the soft rubber line meets the hard brake line on the rear differential housing. The reason our package allows for the rear caliper lines is because we supply new matching line fittings and this requires the installer to cut the factory hard line, install our provided line fitting, reflare the line end and then connect our caliper lines. Professional installation is highly recommended if you do not feel comfortable cutting and flaring a brake line.
Whether your Ford Raptor is a street queen daily driver, dirt slingin' weekend warrior or a full on long travel beast that sees abuse in the dirt regularly, the Freedom Motorsports custom length and color brake line kits will provide the extra firmness and braking response you have been lacking in your brake pedal. Helping to maintain more consistent brake fluid pressure to the brake calipers ensures that you get the firm, even pressure on your brakes that you need in all types of braking situations. From regular braking, to emergency stopping in city traffic or on the highway, this is the package that will help give you the confidence you have been lacking in your daily driving and offroad excursions!
Six hose kit includes front caliper lines, rear caliper lines and rear center lines in the length of your choice.
The Freedom Motorsports brake line kit features five layer stainless steel brake hoses, that are Kevlar reinforced and contain a Teflon inner core hose to minimize internal friction and volumetric expansion. They also feature unique one piece construction steel fittings that are extremely durable and reliable. These DOT approved brake hoses are compatible with all brake fluids and are available in nine colors. Kit comes with all hardware shown, and is an OEM replacement. Lift size equals the number of inches over stock length.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including LEAD which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.