Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines Grand Am and Alero
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Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines Grand Am and Alero

Item Code: GA4006

$119.99

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Product Description

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For more than 20 years, Goodridge has been supplying hose and fittings to the world's leading race teams. Ongoing research and development means that the lessons learned on the track are passed on to you, the serious user. Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Line Kits feature the finest quality hose, consisting of a PTFE inner with a stainless steel outer braid. This eliminates the spongy pedal feel under arduous conditions, giving greater braking efficiency and providing superior resistance to abrasion and corrosion. They also improve the good looks your Grand Am already has. They're perfect for street or track use, are 50-state DOT legal and are also guaranteed forever against manufacturing defects! Kits include lines for front and rear.

Application

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  • 1999-05 Grand Am w/rear disc brakes (some SE and GT)

Installation Difficulty

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Installation Difficulty 3

Reviews

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Average Customer Review 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 2 Reviews
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4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 The Good and the Bad, 4.24.2013
Reviewer: Henry I M Jr (Oak Hill, WV)
The Bad: waited for a month for rear disc set. The rears could be 1-2 inches longer, alot of tension on them at full rear wheel droop. The Biggie-for $120.00 the correct banjo bolts should be in set, had to reuse originals The Good: awesome increase in stopping power, pedal height is a bit higher, with a more definate "feel" while braking hard, AND last but not least,,,they look Good.

4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 Almost Perfect!, 2.13.2012
Reviewer: Greg W (oak harbor, ohio)
I have a 2000 Grand Am GT Coupe and put on the front and rear stainless lines for disc brakes front and rear. The fronts go on 100% prefect. The rears could be a hair longer or they could have a 45 degree turn in the lines where it connects to the caliper. That will remove a lot of tension in the line while the car is off the ground. I had to use 3 washers as spacers on the bracket that connects the stainless lines to the OEM tubing that runs to the front.