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Tools Required


• 15mm Socket
• 14mm Socket
• 13mm Socket
• 22mm Spanner
• 10mm Spanner or Brake Pipe Spanner
• Pliers
• 2x Short M6 Bolts & Plenty of Washers
• Goodridge Hose Set SMG1600-4P



Front Hoses
• Open Brake Fluid Reservoir
• Remove Banjo Nut and allow Fluid to Drain



• Loosen Brake Pipe Compression Fitting





• Remove Clip holding hose in place with pliers
• Remove brake line mount



• Attach new brake line to pipe – first use clip to retain hose in place, then hold the goodridge nut with a spanner and tighten the brake pipe compression fitting



• Use original brake line securing nut to secure the new hose as it was originally





• Using the new copper washers provided, place one either side of the hose banjo and re-attach to the calliper, and tighten securely.
• Check the hose isn’t fouling on the suspension or wheel, adjust hose position if necessary.


Rear Hoses
• Open Brake Fluid Reservoir
• Remove Banjo Nut and allow Fluid to Drain



• Loosen Brake Pipe Compression Fitting




• Remove Clip holding hose in place with pliers
• Remove brake line mount
• Attatch new brake line to pipe – first use clip to retain hose in place, then hold the goodridge nut with a spanner and tighten the brake pipe compression fitting
• Use the M6 bolt to secure the new hose in a similar position as it was originally in the threaded section on the subframe.



• Using the new copper washers provided, place one either side of the hose banjo and re-attach to the calliper, and tighten securely.
• Check the hose isn’t fouling on the suspension or wheel, adjust hose position if necessary.

ALWAYS BLEED THE BRAKES AFTER FITTING NEW HOSES!
 
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