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Rusty brake fulid lines

How much at the shop will it cost if they had to completly remove the old rusty ones and put all new brake lines on.

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Expensive!! Someone asked for advice a couple of months ago, they ended up paying about $1,200.
It of course depends on your area and garage as to what u would pay. This is a labor intensive job, the brakes lines are not expensive, it's paying someone to do it that is. Any auto parts store have a selection of different diameter and length brake lines, as well as brass fittings to connect them together. If u do it yourself, you will save a ton of $, but laying on your back, with rust falling in your face as u try to loosen rusted lines is a challenge. I'm too cheap to pay someone, I've replaced all my brake lines on 2 trucks, don't look forward to having to do it again. Shop around and get several prices. Good Luck!

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