Reviewed By john j (Ambler, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 BMW X3 —7/27/2018 12:22 PM
Sensors we're easily installed and operate properly. Price was competitive.
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Reviewed By Daniel B (Brinnon, WA) Reviewed for a 1987 Ford F-350 —2/13/2018 7:55 AM
I bought these and didn't know what to expect. As soon as I opened the package it was obvious that this was money well spent. Swivel fittings and separate blocks make this easy to install. The only thing that concerns me is that the bore for the banjo bolt in each small block provided is a bit wider than its stock counterpart and care needs to be taken when installing and torquing this so that there is no leaking of brake fluid past the copper washers. Overall I am very pleased with this product
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