Reviewed By daniel w (tamaqua, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chrysler 300 —2/14/2017 8:03 AM
Brakes are more responsive
Reviewed By EDWARD C (PANAMA CITY, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma —2/6/2018 7:16 AM
NOT GOODRIDGE G-STOP TO BLAME.............FRONT HOSE YOUR LIL SISTER COULD INSTALL, JUST BE CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE RETAINING CLIPS SHOULD YOU SCREW ONE UP, GO TO NAPA AUTO PARTS, THEY HAVE THEN IN STOCK. REAR BEST TO REMOVE BRACKET PUT IN VICE DRILL OUT WITH A STEP DOWN BIT......SAVE ALOT OF TIME AND KEEP YOU FROM KICKED YOUR DOG..........REALLY, TOYOTA DID A VERY POOR JOB OF STAMPING OR PUNCHING OUT HOLE FOR FITTING.....DRILL THE SOB MAKE INSTALL EASY. VERY FIRM PEDAL.
Reviewed By Mike C (HILLSBORO, OR) Reviewed for a 1965 Ford Mustang —1/8/2018 8:47 AM
I am finally installing a SSBC disc brake kit purchased from Auto Anything a couple years back and decided to upgrade to stainless lines. These look great but did have to get adaptors at front calipers and it looks like it should work great.