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Old 08-29-2008, 05:46 PM
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Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided vs. Galfer Superlight Series cable lines

Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided vs. Galfer Superlight Series brake/clutch lines

Need help choosing between the two, but I need feedback from the experts.
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Old 09-02-2008, 03:00 AM
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i got the cheaper goodrich i have had no problems with them much improved over stock....
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+1 on Goodrich....Does brand really matter that much? I mean, it's a SS line...
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This thread sounds familiar. Hopefully without the SPAM!!!
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I'm looking at a set of Russell lines for my 98' S-Hawk. On Russell's site the 98' gets it's own part number while the 99-04' uses a different set. Any idea why? I thought they were the same.

Also, where does one get the syringe setup for filling the brake system from the caliper end. That seems like the way to go..

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I went for Spiegler, as they have the adjustable banjo fittings. Very handy in getting the line to fit without twists in it.
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+1 on Spiegler. The patented adjustable banjo bolt is worth the money.
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I've had bad luck with Galfers. See my other post.
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