I agree with 4wheeler,thats a good plan,another thing to think about is that rear drums suck in reverse! whereas a disk brake works equaly as well. Good for wheeling when you just cant quite make it to the top of that hill climb and need to back down slowly.
just my .2cents worth
Oh and just FYI, they do make DOT approved stainless steel brake lines.
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