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Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle - 18'

Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle - 18'

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Brake line kit lets you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes. Great for disc brakes and torsion axles. Includes 18', 7', and 1-1/2' flexible hoses with swivel fittings; a tee fitting; and hardware. Call 800-298-1624 to order Kodiak accessories and parts part number 18SI-BLKIT or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Kodiak products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle - 18'. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Kodiak Accessories and Parts - 18SI-BLKIT

  • Trailer Brakes
  • Hydraulic Drum Brakes
  • Disc Brakes
  • Brake Lines
  • Kodiak
  • Brake Line Kits
  • 18 Feet Long
  • Single Axle
  • Flexible Brake Hose

Brake line kit lets you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes. Great for disc brakes and torsion axles. Includes 18', 7', and 1-1/2' flexible hoses with swivel fittings; a tee fitting; and hardware.


  • Brake hoses and fittings let you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes
    • Designed for use on single-axle trailers with drum or disc brakes
  • Flexible design makes hoses perfect for use with foldaway trailer tongues, disc brakes, and torsion axles
    • Rubber hoses meet DOT and SAE standards and are easier to install than rigid steel lines
  • Brass, male, swivel flare nut fittings on ends of each hose have deep threads
    • Deep threads improve connection to help prevent leaks
    • Swivels allow flare fittings to turn without the hose twisting
  • Open area on flare fittings lets you use a line wrench for better grip
    • Minimizes the risk of stripping threads
    • Fittings are double-crimped onto hoses
  • Corrosion-resistant, brass tee fitting connects 3 hydraulic lines
    • Female inverted flares (FIF) at each port
  • Heavy-duty loom clamps secure hoses to your trailer's frame
  • Kit includes:
    • (1) 18' Long flexible brake line
    • (1) 7' Long flexible brake line
    • (1) 1-1/2' Long flexible brake line
    • 1 Tee fitting
    • (15) 1/2" Loom clamps


  • Hose inner diameter: 1/8"
  • Fitting size: 3/16"
    • Thread size: 3/8"-24
  • 3-Year limited warranty on hoses and fittings

Hydraulic Brake Line Installation for Single-Axle Trailers

Single Axle Brake Line Kit

  • (A) 18' Long flexible brake line (BH-3MFS-18)
  • (B) 7' Long flexible brake line (BH-3MFS-7)
  • (C) 1-1/2' Long flexible brake line (BH-3MFS-1-5)
  • (D) Tee fitting (BH-T-3FIF)
  • (E) Loom clamps (A0500)

Flexible Rubber Brake Hoses

Kodiak brake hoses are made of rubber, making them a practical choice for a variety of applications. Because you can easily bend them, rubber hoses are simpler to work with than rigid stainless steel brake lines. This flexibility makes rubber hoses great for use with foldaway trailer tongues because they are less likely to kink or break when bent. In addition, rubber hoses allow for a wide range of motion so articulating parts can effectively function. These qualities make rubber hoses better suited than steel lines for trailers with torsion axle suspension systems and trailers that have disc brakes.

Stainless steel brake lines have braided exteriors, which can not only wear against exterior surfaces, but also against the interior lining of the hose if dirt gets underneath the steel braid. And if the braid on a stainless steel line tears, it can cut into the hose lining. The exterior surface of these hoses is solid rubber, so there are no crevices for debris to enter.

Durable Fittings with Deep Threads

Kodiak Hose Flare

Kodiak brake hoses have corrosion-resistant brass fittings with stainless steel flares. These fittings have a gap built into them that allows room for a line wrench - also called a flare nut wrench - to slide over the line and down to the nut. This type of wrench grips the nut better than a standard open-ended wrench so there is less chance of stripping the threads as you tighten down the nut.

The stainless steel that is used to create the flares on these hoses is stronger than brass. As a result, these fittings are more durable than ones made entirely of brass. The stainless flares are primarily designed to keep the fittings from splitting when you tighten them down, but they offer absolute rust protection as well.

Kodiak's fittings have deeper threads than many other fittings on the market to provide a higher thread engagement. Deeper threads offer an advantage when used with fittings that have the same thread depth. These Kodiak fittings will work with most fittings on the market, but when they're used with other Kodiak fittings, the result is a stronger connection with fewer leaks.

BH-3MFS-18 Kodiak 1/8" ID Rubber Brake Hose - 3/16" MFFN with Male Swivels - 216"

BH-3MFS-7 Kodiak 1/8" ID Rubber Brake Hose - 3/16" MFFN with Male Swivels - 84"

BH-3MFS-1-5 Kodiak 1/8" ID Rubber Brake Hose - 3/16" MFFN with Dead Swivels - 18"

BH-T-3FIF Kodiak Forged Brass T-Fitting for 1/8" Diameter Brake Hose - 3/16" Female Inverted Flare

A0500 Metal Loom Clamp - 1/2"

Customer Reviews

Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle - 18' - 18SI-BLKIT

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (68 Customer Reviews)

Brake line kit lets you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes. Great for disc brakes and torsion axles. Includes 18', 7', and 1-1/2' flexible hoses with swivel fittings; a tee fitting; and hardware.


I own a 25-year-old dual axle flatbed trailer that I use to haul a car behind my motorhome. It had surge brakes when I purchased it. Perhaps not unexpected, the brakes and the actuator rusted and needed to be replaced. The website of etrailer provided exactly the solution I needed; actuators, brake assemblies and hydraulic lines. Each were as advertised and the replacement was straightforward. I anticipate that I am in a good place for another 25 years of service from this trailer. I recommend etrailer without reservation.


Had to wait about a month to receive because it was out of stock at time of order, I don't hold that against etrailer just a sidebar. Pleased with the product and the ease of installation. For my particular trailer the line from the front to the axle was 18"s short but after blowing out a short line from the old line set was able to use it and completed the job. Product appears to be a quality product and well made.


I am reviewing the components and etrailer as they are not installed yet. Online ordering was easy - I was contacted immediately with shipping time and tracking numbers - it all went really well. The components showed up on time and in good condition. The boxes were a little hammered but UPS does that. Thanks etrailer good service - good prices: what else do you want?

Really well! If one uses some kind of salt rinse the components remain free of corrosion and looking good. Everything assembled as it should and worked flawless from the start. The brakes are rock solid and do a great job of stopping my 3800# boat and trailer. I use the Dexter ElectHyd unit with the Direct link brake controller and it performs beyond my expectations...
robert b - 05/27/2021


I ordered this kit to replace my boat trailer brake lines that have aged. I was unable to find flexible lines locally. The hoses appear to be very well made. The double flared ends are not only stainless, but low carbon stainless because there is no attraction to a magnet. The mfg date is also printed on each hose, so you can be sure you are not getting hoses that have been setting on a shelf for years. It was shipped quickly and arrived quickly even with economy shipping. George kept me informed of the package progress and sent a followup email when notification was received that it had been delivered.


Nice set of replacement brake hoses. A must have to any trailer with hydraulic brakes.


Great brake line kit for me boat I’m adding disc surge brakes


Very easy to install. I went from no brakes to great breaks. The only thing I had to do was add a brake flange to my all aluminum axle. I made the flanges from 1/4 6x6 aluminum plates. Then took my axle off the trailer. I assembled the hubs and disc on the axle. This put everything inline for welding. Then took it to a weld shop and had the franges welded to the axle. Put it back on trailer hooked up the brake line. Blead the lines and all good.

After a year I have many trips on my new brake setup. Still works well.
Jim B - 04/21/2020


Easy install. Would recommend a bleeding kit to properly bleed brake lines.


Product is excellent quality replaced all the lines on a 1976 Shorlandr trailer

Really happy with all the items that etrailer helped me choose, great quality and fit!I highly recommend them.
Scott L - 05/06/2021


Here are my pics of my trailer brake system refurbishment.


I installed these on a customer's trailer. I guess no news is good news.


Product was easy to assemble. I had ordered this after I had ordered a 15ft kit ….too short. The one issue was that the short brake line in this kit came with a female coupling on one end. Luckily I had a previous order that contained a male coupling on both ends. I did not drill holes in the trailer to mount the lines as holes provide starting points for corrosion. I used large zip strips with hose mounting clips….worked great. I also shrouded line with rubber hose where I thought there could be wear.


Brake lines are high quality. Good flexibility. Easy to install. The metal tubing at the fittings is 3/16 tubing and appears to be stainless nice, to prevent rusting out. I installed inside of trailer tubing and used existing holes to bring it out to the calipers for a very clean and protected installation.


This product worked as described. I installed these new hoses on my 25 foot boat trailer. All fittings were a perfect match to my existing wheel cylinders and master cylinder.


Bought this to install brake kit on my boat trailer. Very happy with the quality of the product. No issues with the install and over 1 year later everything still seems to work fine.


Replaced all the steel and rubber lines on my boat trailer. Perfect! Couldn't ask for better.

Still perfect!
Jim K - 10/16/2018


Good kit, Good price. Hoses are holding up to sun, salt and pressure washer after a year in CA. Easy to fish into trailer tubing. If you are buying this you should replace your Master cylinder too.


The parts were just what I ordered and expected. The brakes have been on my trailer a year, and have been working great.

Everything is working great. Thanks for asking.
Gary S - 08/21/2018


I received the products I ordered on Thursday and started to replace the old parts. Everything fit perfect and was an exact fit. Etrailer kept me up to date with emails on a regular basis concerning my order. Great service. I bookmarked this sight for all my future needs.


Hose both broke at calipers


Brake lines fit great and was able to run the main one inside the frame very easily. Would not advise those loop clamps with self tappers if you can avoid it.


I ordered brake components for my boat trailer. They were much better than originals that came on trailer. Quality product. Would definitely recommend to anyone needing to redo trailer brakes. These should be on all new boat trailers.


Received all the parts in great time. Everything works great!


I have not installed it yet, but it is clearly a very sturdy and durable kit. I will use it to replace my 10-year-old original brake lines that are still working but as I am replacing the whole brake system, I mean to do it from A to Z. Clearly it is better quality than the original ones, so I presume it will last longer. One of the connections came without the regular cap for protection, but the package was so well done that it looks perfect. I am not concerned. Great product, high quality.



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Ask the Experts about this Kodiak Accessories and Parts

  • Best Brake Line Kit for Single Axle Boat Trailer
    The best brake line kit for a single axle boat trailer is the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit part # 18SI-BLKIT which works with boats that have torsion or leaf spring axles as well as those with disc or drum brakes. The Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit has flexible lines so they will be much easier to work with and you don't have to worry about rusting. The Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit will be suitable for trailers up to 20' long no problem.
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  • Recommended Brake Line Kit for Single Axle Boat Trailer
    Brake lines don't have to be difficult to run. I recommend the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle - 18' # 18SI-BLKIT. This will give you one 18 foot flexible line and one 7 foot line and one 1-1/2 foot long line along with the tee fitting and clamps. So you will run a line from your master cylinder down one side of your boat trailer frame to the tee fitting. Then you will use the short line to the close brake assembly and then run the other across the width of the frame to...
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  • Available 6-Foot Flex Brake Line with 3/16-Inch Male Fittings
    We do not manufacture the brake lines and brake line kits we sell; they are as they come from our suppliers such as Demco, Kodiak and Titan. But we do have a Kodiak flexible brake line # BH-3MFS-6 that has your required fittings and that is 6-feet long, just about 10-inches longer than your requested 62-inches. You can see this and all other similar brake line items and kits on the linked page.
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  • Are Kodiak Disc Brakes Compatible with A-60 Actuator for Disc Brakes
    Yes, the Kodiak disc brakes will work with an A-60 actuator for disc brakes. If you also need a brake line kit, # 18SI-BLKIT includes an 18 foot line and # 15SI-BLKIT includes 15 foot. Both are for single axle trailers.
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  • Can a 20 Foot Brake Hose be Substituted for 18 Foot Hose on Brake Line Kit?
    Yes for the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Single Axle # 18SI-BLKIT what you could do is replace the 18 foot hose with the 20 foot Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Hose # BH-3MFS-20. It is the exact same hose that comes with the Kodiak kit except it is 2 feet longer. I've added a link to a video review of this hose for you to take a look at.
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  • Recommended Hydraulic Brake Line Kit for Tandem Axle Trailer that Only Has Brakes on One Axle
    Since your tandem axle trailer only has brakes on one of the axles, you will just need a single axle kit like the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit # 18SI-BLKIT you were looking at. This kit includes an 18 foot, 7 foot and 1-1/2 foot long flexible brake line along with a tee fitting and loom clamps. I have attached a short video review on this product so you can see exactly what all is included.
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  • Brake Line Kit for Single Axle Trailer that Requires 17 feet, 6 feet, and 22 inch Sections
    What you would want is the part # 18SI-BLKIT which is all flexible line. This will cover the 18 foot and 7 foot sections that you need. And then for the 22 inch section you mentioned the part # bh-3mfs-2 which measures 24 inches in length.
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  • Will the Disc Brake Line Kit 18SI-BLKIT Work with a Demco Brake Actuator
    Yes, the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit # 18SI-BLKIT that you referenced uses the same fitting size that the Demco Hydraulic Brake Actuator # DM8605101 that you referenced has, 3/8-24. This would also work with a Kodiak disc brake kit like the # K2HR35D.
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  • Swapping Fittings on Disc Brake Caliper for Better Clearance
    I checked with my technical contact at Kodiak about swapping out the brake line and bleeder fittings on your calipers (I realize that they may not be the Kodiak brand but they are a great technical resource). My contact said that this is permissible on their brakes since both of these fittings ultimately connect to the same fluid reservoir. But you have to make sure that the bleeder screw used to bleed the brakes is the higher one (if there is more than one bleeder screw).
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  • Brake Line Kit that is 15 Feet Long with 3/16 inch Fitting on One End and 1/8 inch on Other
    We have the Kodiak brake line part # bh-3mfs-15 which is 15 feet long and has the 3/16 inch male fitting on both ends. Then for a fitting adapter we have the part # K22590A which goes from 3/16 inch to 1/8 inch.
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    Yes. As long as you have a 3" wide channel tongue, you can use the Demco Hydraulic Trailer Actuator # 8605001 as a replacement for your current actuator. For new brake lines you'll want to use the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit # 18SI-BLKIT which will allow you to replace the brake lines on a trailer up to 18 feet long. There is also a 15 foot kit available with part # 15SI-BLKIT. I don't recommend running them outside of the frame since they could be pinched off quite easily, so we do...
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  • New Brake Assemblies, Hub/Drums, Brake Lines, and Bearing Buddy for Trailer with 3,500 lb Axle
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  • Replacement Brakes, Hub and Drum Assembly with L44649 Inner and Outer Bearings on 2000lbs Axle
    I have a solution for you, but the # AKUBRK-35-D are 10" brakes and will be too large for the hub/drum assemblies that fit on your axle. Instead you'll want to use the Dexter # 23-398-399 which are a 7" brake assembly that can be used with wheels between 10" and 13" diameter. It sounds like you also need new hubs, so you can use the etrailer Axle Tech # AKHD-545-2-2K which are a 2000-lb capacity and have # L44649 inner and outer bearings to match your specifications. This hub and drum assembly...
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    You are correct about the parts you need in order to add hydraulic surge drum brakes to your trailer, and the first thing you need is the right hub and drum. In order to find the correct replacement hubs for your trailer you need to know the weight rating of your axle, and also what bearings your current hub has. You will need to take apart your current hub assembly and look at the bearings themselves; wipe away the grease and you should be able to see the part number stamped directly...
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  • Can I Use my Existing Stainless Steel Brake Lines with Kodiak Disc Brake Kit
    Yes. The Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2R35DKG can be used with the existing brake lines on your trailer, regardless of whether they're rubber or steel. These brakes do have the 2 bolt caliper that you're looking for and they're designed to be used on 3500-lbs axles, so they're exactly what you're looking for. If you wanted to swap to flexible rubber brake lines, for a single axle trailer you'd want to use the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit # 18SI-BLKIT or the Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line...
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  • Different Types of Brakes Lines for Boat Trailers
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  • How To Determine Replacement Hubs And Brakes For Boat Trailer
    Unfortunately, just the outer bearing is not quite enough to figure out what you need for replacement hubs and bearings. For a trailer with that much weight it sounds like you have a tandem trailer. I recommend replacing the bearings and seals on all of the wheels at the same time, even if you are only replacing the brakes on one axle. If you remove the inner and outer bearing and can find the numbers, that will really help. Or you can use digital calipers like part # PTW80157 and take...
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