Do you live in a place like Michigan where road salt treats your car like a school of piranhas treats a wounded duckling? If so, your brake lines might be rusty, so you should replace them to avoid things like death, despair and turmoil. It’s actually a cheap and easy job; here’s how you do it. I’ve been working on my $600 Moab Jeep for months now, trying to get it ready for the inevitable shit-show that will be the 1,600 mile road trip from Michigan to Utah. It’s been a grueling wrenching experience filled with setback after setback, as rust turned the car into a tetanus-filled rust trap nightmare. Have you ever pulled an all-nighter before a big race or off-road event? Well, I haven’t, but it… But one obstacle that I thought would surely be a major time-suck—my rusty, crusty and perhaps even musty brake lines—actually ended up being 1,000 times easier to mend than expected. It also helped that I had Opponaut Santiago has successfully Sno*Drifted by my side making sure I didn’t do anything completely idiotic (a tall task). Once we determined that the old brake lines weren’t just covered in superficial rust, but that the scaling posed a real safety hazard that could send me flyi...