Reviewed By Matthew G (Newberg, OR) Reviewed for a 1996 Dodge Ram —5/30/2012 11:49 PM
I have extremely oversize tires and my old brake lines were factory. The new lines firmed the brake pedal feel quite a bit and improved overall braking.
Reviewed By John J (Salford, PA) Reviewed for a 1995 Dodge Ram —7/4/2008 12:47 PM
I've installed goodridge lines on cycles before and it was a snap. These however were not so easy to install.The rear line splitter block was not drilled all the way through or the correct size(nothing too hard, I just enlarged the hole and drilled it through).The stock front lines are routed through a bracket that forms into a "U" shape around the control arm.In order to properly install the stainless lines they need to use these brackets. I had to bend open the loops securing the stock lines and use some fuel line around the stainless to secure the new ones which was a real pain in the neck.Either they need to supply the bracket or at least place some kind of sheath aroung the lines at the appropriate spots.I also zip tied some larger fuel hose around the lines where there was a potential for them to rub on the control arm just like the stock lines had. Did I mention that there were no instructions at all just a note stating that only a qualified installer should perform the install.Would I buy them again ?Maybe.There was a definite decrease in the sponginess felt in the brake pedal, but a new set of stock lines may have done close to the same considering the 13 year old originals were still on there.
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.