If you’re an automotive enthusiast or technician who lacks valuable advice, reviews, and technical information on brake system components and replacement parts, you’ve come to the right place! Brake System University is the answer for you.

Brake System University connects you to quality, genuine brake system replacement parts that have been tested and reviewed by individuals just like you. Brake System University connects you to trusted reviews and referrals to help you make an educated purchase decision. You will find reviews for brake lines, brake line kits, and ABS sensors as well as reliable tips and advice for your next replacement part installation.

 

BRAKE SYSTEM University focuses on THREE automotive BRAKE SYSTEM repair categories.

Best Replacement Brake Lines • Best Replacement ABS Sensors • Best Replacement Brake Line Kits

Brake Line Product Reviews

Carlson H8450NC 50′ Copper Nickel Brake Line Coil 1/4″ Review

Start off your next brake line project with Carlson’s H8450NC 50-foot copper nickel brake line coil, available in 1/4″ diameter.

Carlson H8600 25′ PVF Brake Line Coil 3/8″ Review

See why Carlson’s twenty-five foot PVF 3/8″ brake line coil is the ideal choice for your next brake line job.

Carlson H8400NC 25′ Nickel Copper Brake Line Coil 1/4″ Review

Make your next brake line job easier with the 25′ nickel-copper 1/4″ brake line coil from Carlson Quality Brake Parts.

Carlson H8600S 25′ Zinc Coated Steel Brake Line Coil 3/8″ Review

Choose Carlson Quality Brake Parts for your next brake system overhaul.

Carlson H8300S 25′ Zinc Coated Steel Brake Line Coil 3/16″ Review

Tackle any brake line replacement with Carlson’s 25′ zinc coated steel brake line coil.

Carlson H8400NCK 25′ Nickel Copper Brake Line Kit 1/4″ Review

Handle your next brake line replacement with Carlson’s 25’ nickel-copper brake line kit, available in 1/4″ size with hex tube nut fittings.

Carlson H8350NC 50′ Nickel Copper Brake Line Coil 3/16″ Review

Got a brake line job to tackle? Handle it with Carlson’s durable 50’ 3/16″ nickel-copper brake line coil.

Carlson H8300SK 25′ Zinc Coated Steel Brake Line Kit Review

Enjoy impressive performance and longevity with Carlson’s latest zinc coated steel brake line kit, complete with an assortment of hex fittings.

Carlson H8300 25′ PVF Brake Line Coil Review

Attention to detail and design make Carlson Quality Brake Parts one of the top manufacturers in the automotive industry today.

Carlson H8300NCK 25′ Nickel Copper Brake Line Kit Review

Go for the professional’s choice with Carlson’s 25’ nickel-copper brake line kit. This complete kit features 25’ of high-quality nickel-copper brake line, designed with robust construction for long-lasting use, along with an assortment of 3/16” brake line fittings in four hex and thread sizes for maximum compatibility.

ABS Sensor Product Reviews

Carlson CST50035 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review

Preserve your Chevrolet, GMC or Cadillac’s braking performance with the Carlson Quality Brake Parts CST50035 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor.

Carlson CST50017 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review

The Carlson CST50017 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor is made with posterity in mind. We delve into the nuances of this sensor in our latest piece.

Carlson CST50008 Front ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review

Check out this ABS wheel speed sensor from Carlson and whether it’s right for your Ford F-150 Super Duty or F-250 Super Duty.

Carlson CST50030 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor

Whenever you need new ABS wheel speed sensors for your vehicle, check out the latest sensors from Carlson Quality Brake Parts.

Carlson CST50029 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor

Need an ABS sensor replacement? Check out Carlson’s latest ABS wheel speed sensor for Toyota and Lexus vehicles.

Carlson CST50137 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor

Restore functionality to your Toyota or Lexus ABS and traction control systems with Carlson’s ABS wheel sensor, designed for maximum compatibility with select models.

Carlson CST50080 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor

Drive safe with Carlson’s ABS sensor replacement for your Grand Caravan or Town & Country minivan.

Brake System tech tips and Advice

The Importance of Replacing Brake Hardware

We often don’t think about brake hardware when we replace our pads and rotors, but worn-out hardware can lead to poor braking performance, among other issues.

Can a Brake Line be Repaired?

Old or damaged brake lines could burst under pressure. Replace them with pre-formed brake lines, a brake line repair kit, or make your own.

Best Brake Line Flaring Tools

Building the Best Brake Line Flaring Tools Kit You are ready to tackle the brake job on your daily driver. You have the tubing needed to create the lines and have done all the research to start working. First, you need the right tools so that you can get down to work...

How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Brake Line?

Does your vehicle need new brake lines? Our helpful guide tells you how much you’ll likely spend on your next brake line replacement.

PVF vs. Nickel-Copper Brake Lines

Learn the pros and cons of nickel-copper and polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) brake line tubing in this in-depth comparison.

The Importance of Purchasing Quality ABS Sensors

Learn how your ABS sensor works, how it fails, and why you should install only quality ABS sensor kits to protect your car and family.

ABS Sensor Replacement Best Practices

Is your ABS warning light on? Replacing your ABS sensor is a job easily completed by most DIYers. Use these quick tips to avoid common mistakes and get it done right the first time.

Carlson CST50100 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review

Introduction When it comes to ABS wheel speed sensors, few names are trusted more than Carlson. Carlson’s CST50100 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor is held in high regard by those in the automotive industry as well as everyday drivers for good reason. This sensor is worthy of...

The Pros and Cons of Anti-Lock Brakes

Want to know the pros and cons of having anti-lock brakes equipped in your vehicle? View a full rundown of the benefits and drawbacks of ABS technology.

Why Brake Lines Rust

If Brake Lines Rust, Why Make Them from Metal? A brake line on a manual brake system has 900 to 1000 psi of pressure, while a brake line on a power-assisted brake system has 1,400 psi or more of pressure, depending on the vehicle. Brake lines are made from steel or...

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