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I've been looking around quite abit for SS brake lines.

The best price is around $100 from a couple places, Teague's is one of them.

Where is the best price y'all have found?
 

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Make sure they fit your exact model of vehicle. Stop Tech, Goodridge, and another brand are all about the same construction and cost. $100 for a set of four or just the front? Most likely all four. Teague's Auto is a great vendor, bought a lot from Dale Teague. Call him up and ask him about the exact application. Very nice, informative person he is.
I have the brake line mod on my list also, now it's the money, time, wife giving me the allowance...Brian
 

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Get the coated stainless ones... not only do they come in fashion colors, but they also don't chew the crap out of the wheel well if they rub a little. I have coated Goodridge lines on my Forester. Paid $100 a couple years ago from www.mastrowrx.com. I see they're a wee bit more expensive now...
 

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Get the coated stainless ones... not only do they come in fashion colors, but they also don't chew the crap out of the wheel well if they rub a little.
+1 on the coated ones. While if you're using the proper lines, and they're installed correctly, they shouldn't EVER rub a tire, the coating also keeps dirt and stuff out of the braids, which would chew up the inner line as it flexes.
 

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Right now Import Replacement Parts has a discount on Goodridge G-Stops, Brembo rotors, various pads, kits and other stuff over at NAIOC for members. I ordered the G-Stops yesterday for $99+shipping and will order some Brembo slotted (NO FLAMES PLEASE) rotors for $390 (all four) toward the end of the month. If you order online type in "NASIOC DISCOUNT" in the order discount area on the site.

FYI: I had to order the G-Stops advertised for the "1992-2001 Subaru Impreza 2WD & 4WD w/ Rear Disc for all models Including Outback, Part number: 24212" for my 2004 OBw even though it doesn't advertise for that model/year. However the stock lines for mine are the exact same part number as for the 2001 so they will fit.

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It's the 4 piece kit and I will definitely report back.
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ivwarrior said:


+1 on the coated ones. While if you're using the proper lines, and they're installed correctly, they shouldn't EVER rub a tire, the coating also keeps dirt and stuff out of the braids, which would chew up the inner line as it flexes.
True... it should NEVER rub a tire... I was talking about rubbing on the inside of the wheel well. I haven't looked at the OBK line routing but on the Forester it swings up and out a bit and could potentially rub against the body.

While you're replacing those lines, swap your brake fluid with some ATE SuperBlue too cuz it's da bomb!
 
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