Reviewed By Charles L (New York, NY) Reviewed for a 1979 Ford F-250 —4/16/2015 7:11 AM
These stainless brake lines mounted up extremely easily. They are a much needed upgrade over the traditional rubber lines.
Reviewed By Bill V (Piqua, OH) —9/13/2012 6:18 AM
I don't mind the noise it makes because I can't hear it when the motor is running. It works great plenty of brake. It was hard to mount because it has to be horizontal I fabricated a bracket and mounted it on the core support. I can feel the vibration but I can live with it if the car will stop. Overall very satisfied good quality a little expensive.
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When it comes to do-it-yourself automotive repair, one of the most misunderstood and daunting repairs is the brake system. Not only are there a lot of parts and components to contend with and a ton of mystery behind the mechanics of it, but brakes are hands-down the most essential safety feature on any vehicle—so you don’t wanna mess it up. Which is why the questions we see more than any others are always about how to bleed your brakes.
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