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Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch

Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch

12" Brake Hose Length, Straight Brake Hose Fitting Angle, Kevlar Brake Hose Material

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Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
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Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
Goodridge -3 AN and -4 AN Kevlar Brake Lines, 12 Inch
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  • Lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines
  • They will take more abuse with less expansion
  • Lines feature a smooth design that will not rub off your car's paint
  • Available in 12" lengths
  • Available in -3AN and -4AN sizes with aluminum ends

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Brake Hose Size:
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Hose OD:
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Brake Hose Length:
12"
Brake Hose Fitting Size:
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Brake Hose Fitting Angle:
Straight
Brake Hose Material:
Kevlar
Overall Length:
12"
Fitting End A:
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Fitting End B:
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MFG. Part #:
SP670-31
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These lightweight Kevlar brake lines are stronger than braided brake lines. They will take more abuse with less expansion. Plus, these lines are smooth and will not rub off your paint like braided lines can.

Choose -3 AN or -4 AN aluminum ends. 

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Jeff preps the rear end housing to secure the brake lines and shows how to fasten bolt-on brake line tabs on the lower trailing arm bracket. Follow along as he applies Wilwood Dynalite Calipers to his 1967 Chevelle.
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