Just ordered them last week and install them a few days a go. They are a little longer than stock. They do fit, but you have to be careful with clipping them properly. The rears are difficult since they tend to bulge out when the car is lowered to the ground. Just make sure they are not touching the tires. You definitely need to secure them, though I heard someone say they did not and left them unsecured.
But, for the money they are great and considering your brake lines are perhaps twenty plus years old they will improve braking.
If your car is a daily driver in a winter state I would never put SS brake hoses on your car. Ive read about way to many brake failers from cheap (and even some expensive) SS brakes for it not to be worth it. Most people are still running around on 20+ year old rubber lines. Do yourself a favor and do some searches on the site and online in general and decide for yourself.