Goodridge Stainless Front Brake Lines

$59.99 

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Suspension & Brakes - Goodridge Stainless Front Brake Lines
Suspension & Brakes - Goodridge Stainless Front Brake Lines

Founded in 1969, Goodridge has developed from a single seat race team in Canada, to a globally recognized leader in Fluid Transfer Systems.

Goodridge is the world’s leading manufacturer of performance fluid transfer systems. It operates in the OEM, automotive, motorcycle, motorsport, defence and specialist industrial sectors. This dynamic private company manufactures in ten facilities globally and supplies customers around the world with a unique combination of design, innovation, reliability and outstanding service. Goodridge has a turnover of over 50 million dollars and operates globally with manufacturing and distribution operations in the UK, USA, Mexico and Europe, employing more than 300 people worldwide.

This is a pair of front brake lines for your Cruze/Sonic.

DOT approved.

Suspension & Brakes - Goodridge Stainless Front Brake Lines
Suspension & Brakes - Goodridge Stainless Front Brake Lines
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DC
02/21/2020
David C.
United States United States
new braided brake line

I look all over the net and could not find braided stainless brake lines. then I found them on zz performance web site. they are top quality and exact for my cruze

JW
03/26/2019
Jon W.
Goodridge SS lines

My experience was the same as George's. They're not made to fit the bracket at all, so securing the i difficult especially when learning this problem & deciding what to do on the fly.

AB
10/23/2018
Antoine B.
Nice product quick shipping verry

Nice product quick shipping verry good customer service

GR
05/07/2018
George R.
Too generic to fit properly

Looking forward to the improved feel of the SS lines but, not to be. The vehicle end of the lines do not fit the bracket properly. No real good way to secure them. The original lines have a serrated end that fits in the bracket. The SS lines do not have this and the ends are too large to even fit in the mounting hole. I am not sure if there is enough material in the bracket to open up the hole and use a different mounting clip.