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2005 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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Russell Brake Lines Reviews


A+ Service

Reviewed By Milton N (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 1987 Chevy Astro —12/18/2015 3:32 PM

I was happy to find parts for my old hoopty.( my old 1987 Chevy Astrovan) Steel braided brake line are great.Thanks .Look forward to buying more parts in the future.

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StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit Reviews


Well-made, easy install

Reviewed By David F (Centerton, AR) Reviewed for a 2010 Audi A5 —5/20/2016 4:37 AM

I replaced the stock lines on my 2010 Audi A5 to address its poor brake feel. Since I replaced the pads, changed the fluid and power-bled the brakes at the same time I'm not sure what impact the SS lines had, but the brake feel is now dramatically improved. These were easy to install. Just be sure to use a flare (line) wrench on the fittings. You don't want to round those off.

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