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If there is interest, I can have stainless steel brake lines done for the Shelby GT500. If you do replace your factory brake lines, then it is a good idea to upgrade your brake fluid. There are several good brands worth looking in to, such ast ATE Super Blue Wet Boiling point 392F, Motul RBS 600 Wet Boiling Point 421F. Brembo LCF 600 Wet Boiling Point 399F.
 

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Chalk me up for one in the "interest" category.
 

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On my last ride, Stianless lines made a huge difference over the factory rubber, no place for expansion, leads to a much tighter feel.
 

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I always switch out rubber brake lines on my morotcycles for Steel lines.

Makes sense to do the same on a car.

what's the price on these?
 

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Does it matter?

Just pull out the card buddy.:D
 

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If there is interest, I can have stainless steel brake lines done for the Shelby GT500. If you do replace your factory brake lines, then it is a good idea to upgrade your brake fluid. There are several good brands worth looking in to, such ast ATE Super Blue Wet Boiling point 392F, Motul RBS 600 Wet Boiling Point 421F. Brembo LCF 600 Wet Boiling Point 399F.
Please add me to your list Jerry
 

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OK - thanks to all for your responses... I will send off factory lines to the mfg to have stainless steel lines made. I should have sets available by mid to late February. Jerry
 

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If there is interest, I can have stainless steel brake lines done for the Shelby GT500. If you do replace your factory brake lines, then it is a good idea to upgrade your brake fluid. There are several good brands worth looking in to, such ast ATE Super Blue Wet Boiling point 392F, Motul RBS 600 Wet Boiling Point 421F. Brembo LCF 600 Wet Boiling Point 399F.

What is the time frame on this product, I'm ready?


Is it similar to this...


http://www.steeda.com/products/stainless_steel_brake_hoses.php


I'd like to support our vendors instead.
 

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I believe all that needs to be replaced is the hoses, rather than buying the clamps which are already on the Shelby. Kit is being made now and will be verified by Shelby owner, hopefully by March 1st.
 

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I believe all that needs to be replaced is the hoses, rather than buying the clamps which are already on the Shelby. Kit is being made now and will be verified by Shelby owner, hopefully by March 1st.

Jerry, if this is a quality product I am ready as soon as you are.


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I'm ready, too.
 

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