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Unread 09-09-2013, 05:59 AM   #1
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Full braided brake lines

So assuming I am thinking right here...

I have an old jeep with full drum brakes and the brake lines are getting tired and old, I have looked into full braided lines before for ease, flexibility and such but I hear mixed opinions. I hear that you loose a lot of brake feel with a full set of braided lines. Is this something I should look out for?

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Unread 09-09-2013, 06:02 AM   #2
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So assuming I am thinking right here...

I have an old jeep with full drum brakes and the brake lines are getting tired and old, I have looked into full braided lines before for ease, flexibility and such but I hear mixed opinions. I hear that you loose a lot of brake feel with a full set of braided lines. Is this something I should look out for?
You GAIN brake feel. I've had them on numerous vehicles.
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See that's what I was thinking because it the first step for upgrading brakes on bikes is full braided. Hmm
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See that's what I was thinking because it the first step for upgrading brakes on bikes is full braided. Hmm
Yup. Some people propogate old wive's tales. The rest of us speak from actual experience....
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