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Does anyone make them?
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doesnt the ISF already have good brake lines?
Tom's does, I have them installed in my F. Rubber OEM brake lines expand especially driving aggressively during track days when brake fluid temp rises. This can produce a spongy feeling when you apply the brakes which certainly unbalances the driver. Steel braided brake lines eliminate this.
Tom's does, I have them installed in my F. Rubber OEM brake lines expand especially driving aggressively during track days when brake fluid temp rises. This can produce a spongy feeling when you apply the brakes which certainly unbalances the driver. Steel braided brake lines eliminate this.
Pricing? Just wondering
Tom's does, I have them installed in my F. Rubber OEM brake lines expand especially driving aggressively during track days when brake fluid temp rises. This can produce a spongy feeling when you apply the brakes which certainly unbalances the driver. Steel braided brake lines eliminate this.
Who sells Tom's stuff? I heard a company called VIP Auto Salon sells Toms stuff, anyone know? I'd like to order a set after driving for a while or braking hard my brakes start feeling mushy.
Who sells Tom's stuff? I heard a company called VIP Auto Salon sells Toms stuff, anyone know? I'd like to order a set after driving for a while or braking hard my brakes start feeling mushy.
Clark at VIP can can you nearly anything from Japan. While TOM's stuff is fairly expensive, there products are by far some of the best on the market. I know Clark can get you all the TOM's products.
Pricing? Just wondering
I got in Hong Kong last January, I'm afraid my senior moment is getting the better of me and I can't remember how much I paid since it was all lumped into one purchase which included my WEDS wheels and Tom's air filter (which did not fit as it was for the IS300). As Mike says VIP has them. But I also use Goodridge lines for my non-Toyotas and there is no diff, it's the same banana. Steel braided lines are one of my first mods in all of my cars.
Hey Guys and Gals, I just spoke with Eric at BuyBrakes.com 800-853-3599, about Steel brake lines. They have them instock the set is $171 shipped. The web site has not been updated with the IS F part numbers, So you will need to call. I hope this info. helps.

P.S. I tried emailing VIP about brake lines and still have not heard back from them.
Hey Guys and Gals, I just spoke with Eric at BuyBrakes.com 800-853-3599, about Steel brake lines. They have them instock the set is $171 shipped. The web site has not been updated with the IS F part numbers, So you will need to call. I hope this info. helps.

P.S. I tried emailing VIP about brake lines and still have not heard back from them.
Thats for all 4?
Thats for all 4?
they usually come in sets, that should be for all four. try and see if you can get GOODRIDGE.
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