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212" Flexible Trailer Brake Line

$19.95
$27.93 (You save $7.98)
SKU# BL011
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    The RecStuff.com line of trailer brake lines are manufactured with superior materials and come in a number of sizes. The 212 Inch Trailer Brake Line has brass corrosion resistant fittings for longer life. The flexible ruberized hose provides rust resistance and can be used on almost any application. The 212 Inch Trailer Brake Line has a working pressure of 3000 PSI.


      Superior Materials
    • Brass corrosion resistant fittings
    • Flexible hose for all applications
    • Rubberized hose for rust resistance
    • Working pressure of 3000 psi

    Inside Diameter: 1/8"
    Thread Size: 3/8"
    Fitting Ends: Inverted Flare
    Trailer Brake Line Fitting
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    Item #: BL011
    212 Inch Flexible Trailer Brake Line

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    1. Very nice, high quality brake line.  star rating

      Posted by Boat Meister on Apr 7th 2016

      The main brake line on my trailer was rusty, so I considered this flexible line as an easy, inexpensive replacement alternative. My first concern was fishing the brake line through my boxed trailer frame. There are holes every so many feet along the trailer frame put there by the manufacturer for connecting cross beams. I wanted to use the existing available holes as entry/exit points for this new flexible line. Basically I was following the original path of the steel brake line running inside the trailer frame. However, I was concerned that the brass fittings would be too large to pass through the factory holes. The holes in my trailer are 5/8ths of an inch. The hex fitting on the flexible brake line which is the widest part of the fitting is exactly .505 inch at the flats, and .570 inch at the points. This is a direct measurement taken by me with a digital micrometer. Needless to say, the brake line fittings/hose passed easily through the holes in my trailer frame. This was a much simpler installation than having to purchase many sections of steel line, grafting them together with multiple fittings, and then making the required bends. I had to span a distance of 17 feet from my actuator to the axle, and frankly, I am grateful these flexible lines are available. I hate the expense of steel lines and the accompanying frustration of installing them. And as an added bonus, there is no way I could have bought 17 feet of steel brake line AND the additional fittings needed for the measly $20 cost of this flexible line. This product is a no-brainer! If you are replacing steel brake lines that are original to your trailer, or if you are adding a braking system to a trailer...buy these and save yourself a lot of money and aggravation! Thanks RecStuff!

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    1. Very nice, high quality brake line.  star rating

      Posted by Boat Meister on Apr 7th 2016

      The main brake line on my trailer was rusty, so I considered this flexible line as an easy, inexpensive replacement alternative. My first concern was fishing the brake line through my boxed trailer frame. There are holes every so many feet along the trailer frame put there by the manufacturer for connecting cross beams. I wanted to use the existing available holes as entry/exit points for this new flexible line. Basically I was following the original path of the steel brake line running inside the trailer frame. However, I was concerned that the brass fittings would be too large to pass through the factory holes. The holes in my trailer are 5/8ths of an inch. The hex fitting on the flexible brake line which is the widest part of the fitting is exactly .505 inch at the flats, and .570 inch at the points. This is a direct measurement taken by me with a digital micrometer. Needless to say, the brake line fittings/hose passed easily through the holes in my trailer frame. This was a much simpler installation than having to purchase many sections of steel line, grafting them together with multiple fittings, and then making the required bends. I had to span a distance of 17 feet from my actuator to the axle, and frankly, I am grateful these flexible lines are available. I hate the expense of steel lines and the accompanying frustration of installing them. And as an added bonus, there is no way I could have bought 17 feet of steel brake line AND the additional fittings needed for the measly $20 cost of this flexible line. This product is a no-brainer! If you are replacing steel brake lines that are original to your trailer, or if you are adding a braking system to a trailer...buy these and save yourself a lot of money and aggravation! Thanks RecStuff!