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    Goodridge brake line upgrade

    I've got a set of 2010 Elixir R's. Looking at buying a couple of CR kits from CRC to swap over (in white), yes half for bling and half for performance. Well maybe 75% bling, 25% performance

    Anyways, was just wanting to confirm that these kits have everything needed to do the swap, other than that the Avid bleed kit & brake fluid? Also, knowing that there is minimal difference between the Elixir R and CR, I guess there's no issue here (as the kit does actually say "CR"). Also mentions "RR" in the description, no idea what this is. Also M8 Fixed - M6, I assume that this is the thread of the bits & pieces that fit together at the end of the line, is this what I'm after?

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    Bump!

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    Yup. The kit from CRC includes all that's needed. You'll need to order 2 kits to replace both front and rear.

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    I recently upgraded my Hayes Stroker Trail to Goodridge hoses, and it made a noticeable difference. Before my rear brake always felt a little softer than the front, so to compensate I would crank out the reach adjust. Now they're both equal, and they feel stiffer at the end stroke. I would recommend a Goodridge upgrade based on my experience.

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    I've been thinking about doing the Goodridge hoses on my Juicy 7's as the stainless steel braiding would be more durable on the trail.

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