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 Jody H (Ashton, MD) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Expedition —3/15/2017 9:20 AM
I have a large/heavy SUV (Expedition EL) and I tow a toy trailers every now and then. I put these on front and back, along with EBC Orange 9000 Heavy Duty series pads. I knew going in that dust would be higher, due to pads. I also knew that having slotted/vented discs would cause more too. These brakes will stop me every time, even hauling a trailer through the mountains. Either you are getting low dust, or massive stopping power when it comes to large heavy vehicles.