Hey guys, here is my review of the Goodridge G-Stop Brakeline Kit. This is the first step for me in an effort to upgrade the braking power of my truck. The kit comes with 2 front and 2 rear brake lines. I reused the factory clips that hold the lines to the mounting brackets because they seemed more robust than the ones that came in the kit. The front lines went on with no problems but the rear lines were a total PITA! I would recommend that the novice mechanic might want to pay a shop to install the rears. The reason I say this is because the point where the rear lines connect to the hard steel lines is located above the driver rear tire inside the frame rail right under the bed of the truck. There is no way to see what you need to do and the location is extremely difficult to access. Putting the truck on a lift and removing the spare tire probably would make things easier. I did it the hard way but I got it done. I put in new fluid and bled the the brakes with no issues. I inspected my pads and rotors and they still look good with 65k on them so I will wait awhile to upgrade them. I have been driving with the new lines for a few months now and I like them, the pedal has a more firm performance feel. I hope this info helps someone out there.
I purchased the Goodridge G-Stop Brakeline kit from Tirerack for $118 + shipping.
Sorry I forgot the pics of the front lines. I will try to post some up soon.