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Hello FJCruiserforum members and more!

Another performance upgrade provided from SUPREMEPOWER!
-Stainless Steel Brake Lines, Front, Rear sets (dot approved-from ALL-PRO)

*FIRMER brake pedal feel
*SHORTER stopping distance (due to improved brake/pedal feel)
*ASSURANCE of non stretching lines ((especially with lifted FJ's- rear lines can stretch due to articulation or more)


ORDER A SET OF Stainless Steel Lines today, and get BRAKE with CONFIDENCE! :bigthumb:

FRONT stainless steel DOT approved lines**

REAR stainless steel DOT approved brake lines**


-special discounts apply if installation needed from SUPREMEPOWER



We just did an install on another FJ with these DOT approved stainless brake lines. I can tell you that the pedal feel is night and day difference. The FJ brake pedal feel is instant firmness, and the braking is on point.

Accompany this kit with our perfomance rotors/pads and you'll be able to tackle any downhill, rockcrawl with more stopping confidence, GUARANTEED.
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SS lines


ss line being installed (pass side)


front pass done




factory rear "short" oem line-


stainless steel rear lines installed


closeup fitment on rears-


OEMs ready for the bin...or other



FRONT stainless steel DOT approved lines**

REAR stainless steel DOT approved brake lines**

:cheers:
 

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Ordered the F/R sets and will be installed this weekend.
 

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The SS brake lines are installed.





The speed bleeder kit came with a plastic bag and I attached a small funnel to catch the brake fluid drops.



Speed bleeder in action.




The rear (SB1010 M10 x 1.0) and front (SB7100 M7 x 1.0) speed bleeders.

 

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Very nice! I want.

I went to order speed bleeders and I must have gotten sucked into the Twilight Zone because they list nothing newer than a 1998 model of anything (except for a couple that say "all" or "19xx-present"). I assume you had to contact them to get the right ones? Do you know the part #? Thanks.
 

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Very nice! I want.

I went to order speed bleeders and I must have gotten sucked into the Twilight Zone because they list nothing newer than a 1998 model of anything (except for a couple that say "all" or "19xx-present"). I assume you had to contact them to get the right ones? Do you know the part #? Thanks.
The Speed Beeder P/N's (are listed in the above post).

Rrear - SB1010 M10 x 1.0
Front - SB7100 M7 x 1.0
 
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