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Icon13 broke a brake line

well last week one of my rubber brake lines finally broke so i had to get some new ones... i ended up getting the ones from the RCD kit and they work great... i was able to return the mounts to the stock location after re-locating them for the spindles so i should be all set for a long time
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How much they run?
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120.00 from a shop here in gulfport
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