Reviewed By jim c (bradford, PA) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Expedition —12/13/2011 11:12 PM
second set I bought works great with 22" wheels better stopping
Reviewed By Douglas W (Cape Coral, FL) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford Expedition —10/7/2010 9:59 AM
These brake lines are the best thing you can do to upgrade your braking system. Being made from stainless steel they willbrake not rust, don't break as easy off road, and best of all- you can feel the difference- you have FIRMER pedal response and no pedal fade when hot from towing, etc. I have done this upgrade to almost every vehicle I have owned in the last 20 years and HIGHLY recommend this easy upgrade. If you are doing any brake work or repair, I recommend doind this upgradde while you are working the brakes. Doing this also requiries the bleeding of the brake system and I recommend you change the brake fluid to synthetic if not already using this type. Caution: be careful to not over tighten the bango bolts used as breaking one is a pain to get, especially when your vehicle is now without brakes, not everyone has an extra vehicle at their service. Good luck and follow directions and you will more than pleased with the outcome.
Reviewed By Dennis M (BAKERSFIELD, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Expedition —4/28/2016 8:36 AM
The brake installation was pretty easy. The outboard pads will physically fit on the inboard but not vice versa. So I had to dis-assemble a completed passenger side when I could not make the driver side work, AGAIN MY APOLOGY IF THE INSTRUCTIONS SAID THIS ALREADY AS I TYPICALLY THROW THEM AWAY. The break in instructions were very clear and i hope they outlast the Ford pads that faded at 37000 miles. I have heard great reviews on EBC products