1979-1993 Fox Body Mustang Brake Lines and Hoses

Late Model Restoration is the #1 source for quality direct replacement rubber and stainless steel constructed Fox Body brake lines and brake hoses.

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1979-93 Mustang Factory Style Front Brake Hoses

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1979-93 Mustang Front Stainless Brake Hoses

1979-93 Mustang Rear Stainless Brake Hoses

1979-93 Mustang Brake Lines

1979-93 Mustang Brake Conversion Lines

1979-93 Mustang Master Cylinder Lines

1979-93 Mustang Proportioning Valves


Fox Body Brake Tech Guides

Fox Body Mustang Restoration Guide: Brakes

Got questions about upgrading brakes on your Fox Body Mustang? Watch our installation video & read our tech guides here!

How To Bleed Mustang Brakes

Whether you want to remove air or flush the system, LMR has the means to show you how to bleed your Mustang's brakes with these simple steps!

Fox Body Mustang Brake Hoses

Fox Body factory-style replacement rubber brake hoses are great for replacing worn-out or leaking hoses. Do you have a more aggressive driving style, or do any road racing or autocross racing? If yes, upgrading to a set of Fox Body stainless steel braided brake hoses for the front and rear is a great option. Stainless steel brake lines are manufactured to flex less under extreme conditions and are more corrosive resistant than factory OE-style brake hoses.

Late Model Restoration carries brake hoses from all your favorite manufacturers. We also have a complete line of brake hardware, such as banjo bolts, washers, brake bleeders, and adaptors you will need to finish your brake project.

Factory OE Style Brake Hoses versus Stainless Steel Brake Hoses

A common question is which brake hoses are best for my project. There are two types of brake lines available for your Mustang. The first is factory/OE-style rubber hoses. We offer these as a great restoration part to return your brakes to a factory look, fit and finish. These are great for everyday driving. These rubber brake hoses have some fundamental shortcomings in that they will flex under heavier braking conditions. These are not the best hoses for customers looking to do more aggressive racing, such as road racing or auto-crossing.

The second style is stainless steel brake hoses. These hoses are designed and engineered for customers looking to do more aggressive driving. Unlike factory rubber hoses, these stainless steel hoses flex and expand less during spirited driving. This results in less "spongy" and inconsistent braking. This is thanks to how these are manufactured with stainless steel braided hoses.

Pairing a set of these hoses with performance brake pads and rotors can drastically improve your braking characteristics without breaking the bank with a big brake kit.