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Stainless Steel Hard Brake Lines?

My 99 rusted out yet another Autozone special hard brake line. Being that I keep having to replace them every five years sucks. Each time the gas tank must come down. Anyone ever ran the stainless steel lines? I know they are supposed to last forever. I know a million people have the extension sets, I want the hard lines from the front to the rear. At first I was thinking about just buying the precut sections but the more I think about it buying a coil and just running one piece might be the better bet. As long as I don't need to replace a small piece. What are your thoughts?

1999 Ford F-250 Ext. Cab, 6" lift, ProComp Xterrain Radial 35 x 12.5 (keep switching between ProComp and Toyo All-Terrain 37 x 13.5), MBRP Cool Duals, AFE Stage 2 intake - Isspro 3 guage, 6.0 tranny cooler
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