Problem is I am from Canada, so a lot of the US sites don't ship or charge a lot, factor in the current exchange rate and it sucks!
Anyways I seemed to be able to find everything at http://www.moparpartsoverstock.com
to be able to replace all the steel lines and rubber hoses. For some reason the SDD versions of the rear hoses are so much cheaper.
Never done this before, but I have had brakes on an older car failed due to a ruptured line 3 times in my life and with a 16 year old car, I feel like it is an accident waiting to happen. I don't want to take this risk anymore.
I've replaced the exhaust from cat back and my front end steering and suspension is in excellent shape, the brake lines seem to be the last major safety issue.
Should I be changing everything front and back? Or is this overkill, I figure by doing this, the only weak points in the brakes could be the master cylinder, abs module and calipers. Is there anything else I can avoid changing to save a bit of dough? Should I just use two rolls of standard brake line and do it all myself? I struggle with this method cause it seems like a lot of extra work, although it is a lot of savings. After pricing everything out, it comes $650 CAD shipped, which seems like a lot for an older car.
Thanks for all the info Peva, fwiw, that thread has me thinking this is gonna be a crap job lol. Along with the timing belt/water pump service, I have my work cut out for me.