Brake Hose Kit, Tandem Axle 20' Kodiak

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    Kodiak Flexible Hydraulic Brake Line Kit
    Everything you need to plumb brakes on a Tandem-axle trailer. Designed to be used on trailers using either surge brake actuators or power brake actuators (vacuum/hydraulic, air/hydraulic, electric/hydraulic) brakes.
    Brake lines provided are DOT/Flexible hoses approved for use on all trailer brakes including drum brakes and disc brakes with floating calipers. Lines have a working pressure of 3000psi. working pressure.
    All fittings are brass for the ultimate in corrosion resistance. Main Line is 20' and is measured from the actuator to the axle 'Tee'.

    Kit Includes:
  • 2 - 18" DOT flex hose
  • 2 - 7' (86") DOT flex hose
  • 1 - 42" DOT flex hose
  • 1 - 20' (240") DOT flex hose (20')
  • 20 - 1/2" Cable clamps
  • 1 - Brass Union "T"
  • 1 - Brass Cross fitting


  • kodiak Brake Hoses New Solutions for Old Problems.

    Stainless Steel flare eliminates tendency for brass flares to split during tightening.
    Open area provides room for line wrenches.
    All Kodiak fittings have 40 percent more thread engagement than industry standard fittings, for stronger, more leak proof connections.
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    April 30, 2024 by J.H. A. (United States)
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    April 30, 2024 by steve S. (United States)
    “so far so good quick and easy”
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    April 29, 2024 by Chris R. (United States)
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