Everybody claims to have DOT "approved" or "certified" brake hoses, but do they? WH felt you should know that the Department of Transportation has accepted and recorded WH's designation symbol "*359" which was submitted in accordance with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 106, Brake hoses. This symbol is crimped into each of our OEM style end fittings, as required by No. 106 and identifies Wild Horses Inc. as the manufacturers of the brake hose assemblies you see here. We manufacture both our rubber and our stainless steel hose assemblies using state of the art equipment with the highest quality materials available. Bottom line is WH brake hose assemblies are made to the specifications set forth by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 106, Brake hoses. Put our hose assemblies side by side with the generic ones from others and you will see a big difference in the materials, quality and construction.

Rubber Brake Hoses

Our rubber hoses are designed to be direct replacements for your stock hoses. Our end fittings are virtually identical to the OEM end fittings plus they are cad plated to add corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel Braided Brake Hoses

Our stainless steel braided hose has a clear jacket with printed lay lines. The clear jacket protects the S.S. hose and keeps out the dirt and grime that causes ordinary S.S. hoses to deteriorate quicker. With each hose assembly we use rubber support inserts between the coupler and hose. This enables the assembly to function properly under constant movement and vibration.

For longer front and rear brake hoses designed for Broncos with suspension lifts, select the hoses labelled "for Lift."