Goodridge K310316BK 16 Inch Kevlar Brake Line
Universal Fit, -3 AN Brake Hose Size, 16" Brake Hose Length, Straight Brake Hose Fitting Angle
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.
- 2,900 PSI working pressure
- 8,700 PSI burst pressure
- Sold Individually
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