Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Tandem Axle - 24'

Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Tandem Axle - 24'

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  • Hydraulic Drum Brakes
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  • Kodiak
  • Brake Line Kits
  • 24 Feet Long
  • Flexible Brake Hose
  • Tandem Axle
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 24', (2) 7', 3-1/2', and (2) 1-1/2' flexible hoses, plus fittings and hardware. Call 800-298-8924 to order Kodiak accessories and parts part number 24TA-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 - Tandem Axle - 24'. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.

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Kodiak Accessories and Parts - 24TA-BLKIT

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 24', (2) 7', 3-1/2', and (2) 1-1/2' flexible hoses, plus fittings and hardware.


  • Brake hoses and fittings let you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes
    • Designed for use on tandem-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 fittings connect hydraulic lines
    • Female inverted flares (FIF) at each port
  • Heavy-duty loom clamps secure hoses to your trailer's frame
  • Kit includes:
    • (1) 24' Long flexible brake line
    • (2) 7' Long flexible brake lines
    • (1) 3-1/2' Long flexible brake line
    • (2) 1-1/2' Long flexible brake lines
    • 1 Cross fitting
    • 1 Tee fitting
    • (22) 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 Tandem-Axle Trailers

Tandem Axle Brake Line Kit

  • (A) 24' Long flexible brake line (BH-3MFS-24)
  • (B) 7' Long flexible brake lines (BH-3MFS-7)
  • (C) 1-1/2' Long flexible brake lines (BH-3MFS-1-5)
  • (D) Tee fitting (BH-T-3FIF)
  • (E) Loom clamps (A0500)
  • (F) Cross fitting (BH-X-3FIF)
  • (G) 3-1/2' Long flexible brake line (BH-3MFS-3-5)

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-24 Kodiak 1/8" ID Rubber Brake Hose - 3/16" MFFN with Male Swivels - 288"

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

BH-3MFS-3-5 Kodiak 1/8" ID Rubber Brake Hose - 3/16" MFFN with Male Swivels - 42"

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

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

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"

Video of Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Tandem Axle - 24'

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Kodiak Trailer Brakes 24TA-BLKIT Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Kodiak 24 foot long tandem axle hydraulic brake line kit. These brake hoses and the fittings will let you run brake fluid from your surge brake actuator to your trailer brakes. This one is designed for use on tandem axle trailers with drum or disc brakes. It is a flexible design which makes the hoses perfect for use with fold away trailer tongue, disc brakes, and torsion axles. The rubber hoses will meet the DoT, Department of Transportation, and SAE standards, and are easier to install than the rigid steel brake line. This kit includes everything shown here on the table. It includes one 24 foot long flexible brake line, two seven foot long flexible brake lines, one three-and-a-half foot long flexible brake line, and two one-and-a-half foot long flexible brake lines.

Also one cross fitting, one tee fitting, and 22 of the half inch loom clamps to attach your hoses to your trailer. On the hose ends, the brass nail swivel flare nut fittings here on the end of each hose. They have nice deep threads to them. The deep threads will improve you connection to help prevent any leaks. The swivel will allow the flare fittings to turn without the hose twisting. If you'll notice on the hose itself, it uses stainless steel flares here on the end to help resist corrosion and they're stronger than brass to reduce any splitting. When you go to tighten it down and slide the fitting up you'll notice there's an open area right here.

This open area on the flare fittings will let you use a line wrench for better grip, minimize the risk of stripping the threads. Also if you'll notice right here the double crimp brass farrows. They securely clamp the fittings to the hose. These fittings right here, they're corrosion resistant brass fittings that will connect the hydraulic lines. They do use female inverted flares at each port on them. The clamps again, they're heavy duty loom clamps.

They will secure the hoses to your trailer's frame. A few specs on this, the inner diameter of these hoses is one-eighth of an inch. The fittings size is three-sixteenths of an inch and the thread size is thee-eighths of an inch by twenty-four. That should do it for the review on the Kodiak 24 foot tandem axle hydraulic brake line kit.

Customer Reviews

Kodiak Hydraulic Brake Line Kit - Tandem Axle - 24' - 24TA-BLKIT

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (18 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 24', (2) 7', 3-1/2', and (2) 1-1/2' flexible hoses, plus fittings and hardware.


This hose kit was installed on a gooseneck equipment trailer used to haul a mini excavator. I was a little hesitant about using all rubber lines due to previous experience with a squishy brake feel on a vehicle due to a bit of swelling in the line absorbing some of the pressure. This just isn't a concern for trailer braking because the actuator pump will simply pump a little more fluid to compensate for any flexing or swelling in the rubber. After using the trailer brakes a few times, I am unable to detect any delay or weakness that might come from the lines flexing or swelling. These rubber lines are much easier to route and secure than steel lines too. All of the fittings fit nicely and the brass should have no corrosion concerns. The only reason I took off one star is that the two hoses that go across the trailer to the passenger side caliper needed to be about 4 inches longer to route them along the trailer frame under my deck. I had to do a sloppy routing to leave enough slack for suspension movement. This isn't likely to be a problem on camper trailers, but my tall deck equipment trailer sits on 12-inch I-beams so it's a long way up to the underside of the deck and then back down to the other caliper. The only thing not included in this kit is the screws or bolts needed to connect the padded clamps to the trailer frame. That's not really a negative thing because not everyone will use the same type of fastener to attach these to their trailer. 619482


These lines are great. I'm so glad I didn't use steel lines. I could have used a shorter kit but everything coiled up and is out of the way. Again, thanks Geoff 592996


this kit is perfect, did not have to worry about kinking hard lines, flare tools, etc. No noticeable difference in braking perfermance. 510559


Great replacement for the stock steel lines. Salt water rusted the old and this replacement fixed the reusting issues. Just be sure to order the correct kit size wise, Price was affordable too. Thanks etrailer! 290494


Still looking good with NO rust issues!

James D - 09/02/2017



Fast shipping and very easy to install. This is my first time ever installing brakes on a trailer, and instructions were very easy to follow. The entire project was done in about 4 hours, including 2 trips to the store for supplies I should have had ahead of time (marine grease, brake fluid and bolts). 490768


seems to be a simple straight forward kit to replace the rusted lines I have. There was a delay in shipping but have now received everything and am waiting on getting past this holiday to install them. 208855


Products arrived quickly. Heather at customer service was great to deal with (item was backordered). Will definitely buy from here again 381899


Looks good, I'll begin the install in a couple of days, I'll send a picture when complete. I'll also need to order a set of 12" brakes after I confirm the size 650209


Just right 585293


I placed my order and was notified that all of what I had ordered was not available at the time . So E - Trailer informed me they would send what was in stock and ship the rest without charging me extra. But what I really like is the service, keeping me posted on my parts . The wheels and rims were perfect. The break lines are amazing. Got away from metal and went to rubber. The hydraulic brake actuator a perfect fit . Everything is of great quality and working like a champ. 578542


great product, high quality 498503


Hoses seem to be good quality, the hose Looms are made of poor Quality Steel not high enough standard for saltwater use 496601


Added this hose kit, to my installation process, easy to use. 442602


Ordered on Monday, received on Saturday, installed Sunday. The hoses are very flexible and are high quality. Stainless clamps, brass "Ts" and nice hose ends. Replacing all brake components on my 1990 EZloader trailer. 361937


Great product, was delivered quickly, will shop here in the future! 352894


I've ready a few negative reviews for etrailer and to each their own, but I personally have had nothing but excellent service! I've ordered on 3 separate occasions, 2 of which my products were delivered on time and intact, the 3rd purchase I didn't end up needing. I called etrailer, spoke with a gal who was cool with the return, I just shipped it back, minus I believe a few bucks for restocking. I will definitely order my trailer parts from them in the future! 331822


Carla M. worked with me to make sure we had all the right parts for my boat trailer. I am quite happy with her help. 326315


They sent me what I ordered and got it here overnight. Outstanding. 227367


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