Comparison of Neon versus SRT4 stainless steel brake lines

A customer of ours that has a 1995-1999 Dodge Neon asked us what the difference was between the Neon stainless steel brake lines and the SRT4 stainless steel brake lines.

So, to show the difference here is a comparison:

Here are the differences:
Banjo fitting on the Neon has a .440 sized hole. Banjo fitting on the SRT4 has a .395 inch hole.
Brake line fittings to attach onto the vehicle is straight on the SRT4 and 90 degree on the Neon.
Support brackets are in different spots.

So, if you want to use Neon SRT4 brakes on your first gen Neon you should use the SRT4 brake lines, and you’ll have to find a way to attach the lines onto the struts to support the brake lines. Otherwise, they are fairly similar.

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