Maintain Consistent Braking Pressure Across All Four Wheels with Stainless Steel Brake Lines
In 1987, Ford F150 entered its 8th generation. With this generation the body didn’t change too much and the interior had some comfort and convenience tweaks, which were seen a lot more in the Lariat and other upgraded trims but the vehicle quality remained as durable and reliable as always. Over time, things do tend to break down, especially moving parts and parts under constant pressure like brake lines. Keep reading and learn why it’s time to upgrade to stainless steel prebent brake lines for the 1987 F150.
Did you know that every time you hit your brakes your brake lines experience anywhere from 800psi to 2000psi across the system? Now think about the last time you changed the brakes lines on your 1987 Ford F150 that is now over 35 years old. How many miles are on that dash? How important is being able to stop your truck when you need to? Ok, I think you get the point.
Our prebent stainless steel brake lines fit like OEM on your 1987 Ford F150. No modifications to the vehicle or lines are necessary. These aftermarket lines are ready to install and go the moment you pull them out of the shipping package and follow the prep instructions. As far as installing new brake lines on your F150 goes, it couldn’t be any easier.