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Old 09-22-2007, 03:33 AM
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Untill you stop real hard 10 minutes after your done putting then in and a corroded brake line bursts.

After a 5 min. search and a trip to Advance, I already have everything I need to fix it a potential problem area. So, I'll have a ton of fun tomorrow.
I would have spotted these areas earlier but they weren't very noticable at first glance...
More than anything else, I'm glad this happened when I was just 'testing them out.'
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ohhh damn. yeah, thats what happened to me in my 89 and I nearly became roadkill at the mercy of a fuel tanker.

everyone..CHECK those brake lines, front to back.

glad you weren't braking for safety.
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I've been running that combination for 2 years now. Love it. Just recently replaced my front brake lines.
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I repaired the one d/* line to the d/* drum today and bled the brakes.
It wasn't that hard at all. I just had to practice a little bit with the double flaring tool.
I still have to replace the line that goes to the p/* of the car to the p/* drum. It'* looking kinda bad but not as bad as where the line burst. I started to mess with it but decided to wait till tomorrow. I'm going to be at a shop anyway and a lift will really help.
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Glad you got that figured out.... I love the sarcastic topic title, too
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Just to follow up, I had a chance to really get on them and there is a huge difference.
So the topic title isn't sarcastic anymore!
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I really like that set-up too. I love the stopping power It gives & almost no
brake dust which I love with my chrome wheels. Gota luv it......
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Where did you guys pick up your powerslots ?
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get them from the tire rack
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Originally Posted by TheDude
Where did you guys pick up your powerslots ?
I got the Powerslots at Auto Parts Warehouse for $87.51 per rotor.
The Quietstops I got from Advance Auto for $64.22.
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