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Who's running what? I'm going to go with either Goodridge of Galfer. Leaning towards the Galfer's. For only $25 more than the single-color Goodridges I can get whatever color I want in Galfer's, and it also includes a new set of brake pads <img src=icon_smile_approve.gif border=0 align=middle>. I don't think I'd be able to tell the diff between brands, but has anyone found one to be better than the other?





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Either line is good with no perceivable difference in performance. I have Galfer lines but feel that the Goodridge lines have a better finish.

When installing the lines, also install Speed Bleeders for simpler brake bleeding.
 

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I thought about the kevlar lines too, but decided to go with steel braided. It's just for street use, and the steel braided seem to be a little more durable from what I've read. If I was racing I'd probably go with em for max weight savings.


Don't think there's anything wrong with the Speiglers, but I can get the others for a lil cheaper, and they seem to be the most common choice - not that that mean much though.


Edited by - Grunt_99 on 01/03/2003 22:46:39
 

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Thanks for the info. I was just planning on doing the fronts for now. I use the rear so little I don't think I'd get much performance increase from doing it.
 

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Have never done it, but I think I'll try it myself when I get them. I think I'll grab one of those speed bleeders first though.
 
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