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Hey guys I sold my Z a couple months ago and found some left over items that I had for the Z that I never got around to installing. I

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Old 03-16-2012, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys I sold my Z a couple months ago and found some left over items that I had for the Z that I never got around to installing. I have a brand new, unopened set (4) of stainless steel braided brake lines, which I bought from Z1 motorsports if I remember correctly. Looking to get 75 + shipping (these retail for 100+ plus shipping). Looking to just clear them out as I no longer have use for them seeing that I sold my car. My paypal is kegrod@hotmail.com. Please include paypal fees. Thanks.
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Old 03-16-2012, 04:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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is this for the sport brakes or base line brakes?
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it appears to be for a base model. Sport model requires extra brass fitting to be coupled to steering column. Unless OP took them off the picture.
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if its for sports brakes, I want them.
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I checked his profile, he sold his car and it said sports. I never heard back from OP, emailed etc....
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Op just replied I'm trying to find out if these are regular or premium. What's the difference???
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sorry for the late reply, don't check the z forum much anymore since I no longer have the Z. These are for the sports brakes (I had the sports package myself on my Z). I don't know the difference between the regular or premium though, I never knew there was a difference.
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There's no difference other than the nonsport needing two short lines. Ironically I went to put some Forum-bought used Goodridge SS lines on my car a couple of hours ago only to discover that there was no shortys (directly from hardline to caliper) and I didn't want to leave a weak link so I aborted..

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so these also fit nismo corect?
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^ the world is a very mean and nasty place? i love u.

and steel brake lines will prevent moisture from entering ur brake fluid.
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so these also fit nismo corect?
If they fit sport, yes they would.
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[QUOTE=harman.khinda;1608965]^ the world is a very mean and nasty place? i love u.QUOTE]

Rocky quote.. thanks.
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