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    StopTech Stainless Steel Brake Line Kit Reviews


    Great brake lines for a great price

    Reviewed By John B (RENO, NV) Reviewed for a 2001 Honda S2000 —9/21/2017 9:35 AM

    These are high quality lines that fit as they should. Be careful when installing not to over tighten the flares or the banjos as you will get leaks. Bought these for my S2000 to tighten up the brake feel and they did the job. Don't forget to run some quality fluid at the time of install. These are a great value, just know that the front and rears are sold separately. Thanks Autoanything.com!

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    Dorman Brake Line Reviews


    Great break lines

    Reviewed By Robert M (SMITHVILLE, TN) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado —9/13/2017 5:33 AM

    Break lines are better than OEM but are very difficult to install , took about 10 hours and used every curse word known to man . Lol Chevy did not take into effect the low quality lines would need to be replaced. Very hard to route do to locations. But a great product.

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    Tuff Country Stainless Steel Brake Lines Reviews


    Braided line

    Reviewed By Jeffrey A (LANCASTER, OH) Reviewed for a 1995 Toyota Tacoma —9/12/2017 4:35 AM

    Looks good went together easily

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    • May

      2015

      How To Install Stainless Steel Brake Lines

      Anytime you’re doing a brake job, it’s recommended that you swap out more than the brake pads. Often times the rotors need replacing, or at least resurfacing, and other components can show wear and tear, too. And though brake lines rarely need replacement during routine maintenance, upgrading to a set of stainless steel brake lines is highly recommended. After all, you’re down there anyway. And, though you may think a brake line is a brake line is a brake line, nothing adds a serious dose of pedal punch like a set of performance brake lines.

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      2015

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