I did exactly what you want to do. My truck is an 04 Dakota quad cab 4x4. I bought a complete Dorman stainless steel line kit for $120 on ebay. It's alot of work to do the job but the kit was well worth it. Every line fit perfect with the correct fittings and nice metric bubble flares. The longest line was about 10 foot long and it runs down the drivers frame rail. It has to be fed in through the back of the frame and there's alot of stuff in the frame that gets in the way. Having an extra set of hands would make it easier to feed it through. The kit makes the job easier if you dont want to bend lines from scratch, saves tons of time and stainless is the way to go, do the job once and no worries about rusting lines. I jacked my truck up on ramps, just the front tires and was able to get underneath on my back and work easily in my garage. If you have any questions feel free to ask me.I need to replace one of the front brake lines that sprung a leak on my 04 Dakota and have decided to go ahead and replace all of them front and rear while I'm at it. I am debating whether to try and do it myself or have it done at a repair shop. I typically try to do repairs myself to save money but getting under the truck and looking at the lines I'm not sure I want to try and do it myself. If I do decide to do it myself, I was going to get one of the complete pre-bent line kits from one of the companies like In-line Tube as I don't have the tools to make my own lines. My question is, has anyone bought one of these kits and if so, how difficult was the job? I don't have a hoist so the best I can do is get the truck up on jack stands. I've been quoted anywhere from $600 to $1000 to have it done but if it is a difficult type job I guess I would opt to have it done.