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Damn, comes up as not available.
 

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Dom, the site says not available, what gives?

Roy, Are they used? Pics? What's wrong with them?
How much to ship to 44095?
 

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grnTitan04 said:
Dom, the site says not available, what gives?

Roy, Are they used? Pics? What's wrong with them?
How much to ship to 44095?
Still in box. Brand new. I bought the set to have the rear brake lines. My Brembo brake set came with Goodridge lines for the front. I think it's a great deal for anyone looking for a set. The front brakes do 75-80% of the work so they are the more important of the set. I tell you what......$30.00 and i will ship to anywhere in the U.S. I will include original package also. (minus rear lines) Please advise if anyone is interested!!!!!
 

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will take them. no shipping since I'm in athens1
 

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hitecredneck said:
will take them. no shipping since I'm in athens1
Thanks for helping me!!!! Send me a PM with your info. and i will box them up tomorrow for you. As far as payment goes you can send me a check or Paypal which ever one you like????
 

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pm sent. no need toship
 

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I guess there were only a few sets left? I was able to buy a set late last night.
 

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steel lines are a great improvement over rubber lines, but please be aware that they require more regular inspecting then a rubber one.
 

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cleoent said:
steel lines are a great improvement over rubber lines, but please be aware that they require more regular inspecting then a rubber one.
What goes wrong with them and why. How are they constructed differently? I have a set on the front already.
 

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What goes wrong with them and why. How are they constructed differently? I have a set on the front already.
nothing goes wrong with them per say.

They are more susceptible to binding though, and the steel can actually wear. It's nothing to be alarmed about, but you should definitely know to inspect them periodically.

I had them on a bmw I had years ago and loved them, until one day it binded and left me without brakes. Lucky enough i was not injured and no one else was as i found out about the lack of brakes pulling out from my driveway.

Not a big deal, just check them for wear and replace if necessary. I would probably put them on my next sports car, the upgrade is worth the hassle of inspecting a couple times a year.
 
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