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Tacoma-to-Tundra Hard Brake Line Upgrade Kit

(18 customer reviews)

$125.00$135.00

Create the perfect connection from a Tacoma to 13WL (or 13WE) calipers. Available with Gray, Red, or Blue stainless steel lines.

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Extended Stainless Steel Brake Lines for Long Travel
(gray or red only)
$15 (gray)
$25 (red)
If you have a long travel kit that uses the stock spindle, add these extended lines and enjoy bigger brakes.

  • Works with kits such as: Total Chaos +3.5", Solo Motorsports +3.5", or Camburg 3.5"
  • Also works with up to a 6" drop-bracket lift (e.g. Fabtech 6").

Note: do not purchase these extended lines if you have mid-travel, or up to a 4" lift/leveling kit on your Tacoma or 4Runner. The longer lines will get in the way of your suspension components; the standard lines will work perfectly for you.

Add at Checkout Shipping to Canada $34.99
Live north of the border? I can ship to Canada, but it's not cheap (sorry!).

If you're working on a Tundra brake upgrade for your 1st gen (96-04) Tacoma, one of the things you'll need to decide is whether you want to run a soft line all the way to the caliper (as is done with stock Tacoma calipers) or if you want to swap the lines to match the Tundra - where a hard line makes the final connection to the caliper.

I wrestled with this too, and it's worth reading why it's important to do this right - that is, to convert the caliper line to a hard line - which is written up in Making It Right: Tacoma-to-Tundra Brake Upgrade.

Until now, the only option to convert to soft+hard lines was the LCE kit at $180 or so shipped (to the lowe 48). That's a ton of money for some brake lines, so I'm now offering an equivalent kit for a total of $120, shipped.

This hard line kit now contains all the necessary parts including the soft lines, but does not include or require a rear brake line - saving you even more money.

The kit includes:

  • Two hard lines, bent to fit between a 13WL caliper and the (included) spindle bracket. One right and one left.
  • Two spindle brackets, meant to secure the connection between the hard and soft lines.
  • Two brake line clips, to secure the soft line at the spindle bracket.
  • Two stainless steel soft brake lines (DOT approved, and made by the same folks that make Wheelers stainless brake lines) that connect the hard lines on the frame to the hard lines in the kit.

Brake line color options:

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 1.75 in

18 reviews for Tacoma-to-Tundra Hard Brake Line Upgrade Kit

  1. Austin McHaskel

    Good product. Easy to install. Great communication and fast shipping. Thanks for helping out the community with lower pricing!!!

  2. tacomataco2

    just ordered the kit! thanks for making this available! I had some half assed lines before

  3. digitalferg

    Lookin to replace my older lines for the tundra brakes on my Tacoma and I'm liking this setup. Dropped you an order a bit ago. Looking forward to getting the goods. 😎

  4. Jason

    I just did the upgrade and the new brakes are great, your brakeline kit worked perfect.

  5. Tuan Dung

    Very fast shipping. Great communication. Parts look to be in great quality. Dan is a pleasure.

  6. Frank Hamsleter

    I had no problems at all, instructions were great! I bought this setup to run 13WL 231mm Toyota Tundra brakes on my 2000 Toyota Tacoma TRD Offroad. Overall, great kit with OEM brackets, hard brake lines, and really nice stainless lines.

  7. Forever Trill

    Did the tundra brake upgrade. Top tier equipment, best tier website with the great instructions to get everything done RIGHT. Cant recommend enough.

  8. William Hanahan

    Exactly what I was looking for! Purchased the Tacoma brake upgrade kit, very detailed instructions we provided on the webpage.

  9. sam walker

    These brakes lines are the missing link to finish your Tundra (13wl) brake upgrade. This is the best option out there and OEM quality. Thanks again man!

  10. tobysan1966

    Great experience with this company and the parts! They make sure you have a complete kit, instructions and all the inside info for your project.

  11. Dave

    What a great Tundra brake upgrade kit! It's got everything you need to connect the Taco brake line to Tundra brake calipers. Very high quality and comprehensive. Shipping was super fast too. Highly recommend!

  12. Anonymoustaco (verified owner)

    I have a question? Will it fit with a 13WG brake caliper?

    • turbodb

      Hi there, the kit will work fine with the 13WG calipers (as well as the 13WE, 13WL, stock 1st gen Tacoma, and stock 3rd gen 4Runner calipers).

  13. Eli Kultgen

    Some companies develop a product to only make a buck, but AdventureTaco created a solution that is simply better and cheaper than anything else on the market. The website walks you through the entire process and provides information that would have taken hours or days of research required to perform maintenance or upgrades properly and safely. The kit I ordered shipped the same day and consisted of precise, high-quality parts that aren't available anywhere else. I'll be watching for any more kits they develop in the future.

  14. Cody Vandersluis

    Love the writeups. Ended up finding your brake line kit when researching the tundra brake swap. Awesome guide!

  15. Hector

    Will these work with a 3 inch lift on a first gen tacoma?

    • turbodb

      Hi Hector, this kit will work perfectly with a 3” lift. In fact, I’d say that’s the most common scenario in which it is installed. Cheers!

  16. Caleb Congdon

    Awesome thank you!

  17. Travis E

    I installed this on a 2002 Tacoma, used 13WL Tundra brakes, worked like a charm. It was easy to install, and fit perfectly.

  18. A C

    Will this work on a 3rd gen 4Runner with the tundra brake upgrade?

    • turbodb

      Hey Andy,

      So... the Tacoma to Tundra kit will *mostly* work for the 4Runner, though you'll need slightly shorter stainless steel brake lines (link below).

      That said, usually with a 4Runner, you don't need the brackets or hard lines, so for a cheaper option, you can just purchase the stainless steel lines (and some brake line clips) here.

      That said, if you want to replace your hard lines and/or brackets as well, you're welcome to pick up the Tacoma kit and I can substitute the 4Runner stainless steel lines. Just place the order here, and then shoot me an email to let me know you want the 4Runner lines.

      Cheers,
      Dan

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