I don't have any problems with my brake lines (yet), but I'm curious as to how one goes about replacing the solid steel brake lines on our cars. Specifically, I have a 3rd gen. I know lines rust out over time, and mine don't look too pretty in some spots. I've covered them in rustoleum for the time being, but I know I'm only buying time. Would I have to remove the entire line and buy new solid steel lines, and bend them with a line bending tool, or is it possible to replace them with flexible lines (much easier I would imagine). I was looking on Autozone's website and saw a flexible line, part # PAC-525, listed for our cars. It appears to be a 25' coil of flexible brake line. Is that something that could be hooked up in place of the solid lines? I would imagine it is DOT approved and legal if they are selling it(?) Just curious, as this is one of the kind of repairs I've wondered about and know I will face at some point.