Looking for a new emrgency/park brake cable?
We have you covered.
The kit we stock is the first part of the cable and consists of #7, 8, 20, and 25 in the graphic.
It is the most common part ordered. Learn More
These are a hard item to find. We now stock them as our regular inventory for replacement Suzuki Samurai Parts. These attach onto the caliper. If yours are missing you will need 4 total per vehicle. Learn More
Contain the mess of bleeding brakes with this handy tool from All Star. This 16oz. bottle come with an attached lanyard, making securing the bottle around a chassis or suspension part a breeze. A 15" long hose fits most bleeder screws and the screw-off cap has a built-in fitting to secure the bleeder hose during storage, helping to prevent spills. Learn More
Low Range Off Road is proud to release our new metric brake line fitting. You can use this when using short "soft" lines from hard lines, or when connecting a soft line from a t-fitting. These are a rare find and are only available at Low Range Off Road.
This fitting is needed when using several aftermarket brake products such as Line Locks, Brake Valves and more. These are very hard to find and are as far as we know, only available at Low Range Off Road.
This is a new premium replacement Master Cylinder made by very reputable aftermarket suppliers. These are not rebuilt units. Includes reservoir and cap. These are generally very hard to find at parts stores.
Suzuki Samurai's usually have a problem once you put on disk brakes- They have no parking brake. This solves that issue by adding a mechanical spot caliper to the back half of the Transfer Case. Our innovative 2-Piece Design allows for replacement of the disk without removing the whole upper assembly.
Low Range Off Road designed and manufactured this after Spidertrax discontinued their E-Brake Kit. We were sad to see their's go after so many years, but we looked at ways that we could improve on the design. We think we have nailed it.
A 100% synthetic formula, coupled with real ceramic solids make this premium brake lubricant our longest lasting, most temperature resistant way to silence brake noise. Effective from -50°F to 3000°F (-46°C to 1649°C), this product maintains its lubricating integrity under the most extreme conditions. Resistant to corrosion and contaminants, it will not wash out. Learn More
Let's face it, Suzuki Samurai parts are not easy to find. Brake drums for Samurai's are generally not found at regular parts stores, and if they are- they are overpriced. We now stock these so that you don't have to hunt all over town...and then come to find out they would have to be ordered anyway. These are new high quality units, not resurfaced or remanufactured.
Great quality brake lines at a lower cost! In the past the steel brake line was something to stay away from put with new technology that is a thing of the past. These steel braided brake lines are longer than stock and are DOT approved. The line is a multi layer design that also hase a rubberized coating on the outside to prevent wear.
Running a rear disc brake conversion requires a proportioning valve setup. This single brake line kit, designed for the 88.5-95 Suzuki Samurai and Suzuki Sidekick/ Geo Tracker, is bolt-on requiring NO cutting or flaring of existing brake lines. Kit includes the dial type proportioning valve. Also included are detailed calibration instructions. The SSB Dial Type Proportioning Valve is also available
Is your drum brakes looking pretty nasty? Maybe you have lost some of the components to your drum brakes? Here is a kit that makes it easy to replace all your springs and holders with new components. Learn More
These are new replacement OEM Suzuki Samurai Brake lines that are located on the front right side of the vehicle. They provide a flexible line to the frame.
As Samurai's are getting older, so is the rubber on the vehicles. This is why Low Range Off Road carries new ones for anyone looking to replace their 24+ year old brake lines. Learn More
Low Range Off Road is always looking to better a product. When we find something that is a known failure, we try and fix the issue by researching how we can better the product. This is something we noticed to be an issue on Samurai's when we tried to remove an old rusty caliper guide pin bolt. First of all, it didn't want to come out. Second of all, the bolt seemed like it was made out of a lower grade steel. Learn More