So I found my front lines cracked pretty bad, and the car has 116k on the clock. Time to do the brake rubber lines.
17mm 1/2 for lug nuts
torque wrench for lug nuts
11mm flare nut wrench
1-Take off the wheels and put a drain pan under the brake lines
2-Loosen the upper and lower 11mm lines with the flare nut wrench
3- remove the upper line nut first and take the line off and then remove lower line.
4-put the new line in the lower bracket (note it has little nubs to center the line in the lower and upper brackets, make sure its flush with the bracket and tighten the nuts for the lower and upper.
5-top off the brake fluid
6- have someone help you bleed the brakes.
7-put the wheels on and torque them!
I was only able to get one line off, the passenger side nut on the caliper side rounded out. The metal was soft for some reason.. or maybe it was my quality craftsman professional flare nut wrench I used..