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Chevy Tahoe Brake Lines

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Goodridge G-Stop Brake Lines Reviews

A must have for serious braking!

Reviewed By Mikal B (Marysville, WA) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Tahoe —7/5/2008 7:13 PM

I have had braking issues ever since buying and pulling a large aluminum jet sled. I upgraded all my braking components (I was habitually warping stock rotors) including my brake lines. The G-stops are an awesome addition, plus the chatter when my abs kicks on is now practically non-existent. They were a bit longer than the stock lines and so I had to fabricate a new bracket and add some zip ties to hold it. But its now a solid install and I am very pleased plus they just look awesome. I am a plumber by trade and stainless braided lines are a must have for all my post rough in connections. The quality of these brake lines are better than any braided line I have ever put my hands on. Period.

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StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit Reviews

Stop Tech SS brake lines Ford Expy

Reviewed By David E (CLOVIS, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Expedition —11/20/2015 9:59 AM

2001 Expedition 4x4. Install was simple. Pull off old lines, put these on. Basically bolt in though the mounting bracket is a bit different from stock as is the banjo bolt. Not hard for the mechanically inclined. No fabrication necessary. Only real difference is whereas the original line has clips molded into it to accommodate the ABS wires to the front hubs, these do not, but they supply high quality zip ties that handle the job just fine. Standard Shipping was plenty fast-1 day after ordering

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Russell Brake Lines Reviews

fit and work well

Reviewed By Jason N (West Lawn, PA) Reviewed for a 1998 Dodge Neon —10/2/2015 5:40 AM

These lines fit well and seem to work just as good. There is less pedal effort required to get the brakes to grab and stop the car. My only issue was that I wish the rear lines would have been a bit longer because when the car is off the ground and the suspension is at full travel, the rear lines are very tight and a bit hard to install. I also had to remove, turn around, and reinstall one of the rear line brackets as it was on backwards in the package. Overall, these lines are well worth it.

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