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Goodridge Stainless Brake Lines - Ecotec

Goodridge Stainless Brake Lines - Ecotec

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Stainless brake lines for your Ecotec powered vehicle. They are made with a Teflon tube covered with stainless steel braid, and then encased in a UV resistant polyvinylchloride clear coating.

These cars come with 6 rubber lines total, 1 to each caliper and 2 that go from the body of the car to the rear suspension assembly or "Axle". The Goodridge brake line set comes with all 6 lines, so it is the most complete kit available.


Standard: 04-07 Cobalt SS, Ion Redline, 06+ Cobalt SS 2.4, 06+ HHR, 07-09 G5. Will work on any of these cars with brembo swaps or any of our BBKs as well.

Cobalt LNF: '08+ Cobalt SS LNF. These cars have a different rear caliper that requires these specific rear lines to fit up.


DOT approved.

*Rear lines do not fit cars with rear drum brakes

*GM has over-tightened some of the brake lines from the factory causing the fitting on the body side of the steel line to mushroom and become slightly over-sized. Sometimes you may need to lightly sand the first two threads of the body side fitting to get it to thread into the new line. This applies to new stock replacement lines and Goodridge/ZZP 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, defense 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.

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