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Is there any difference in these besides price? I always ran goodridge lines before and I liked them.
 

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Fit & finish is about the same. Spiegler line ends (fittings) swivel 359 degrees reducing stress and making fitment easier. Spiegler lines are made in Germany and meet TUV standards as well as DOT. Worth an additional $80? Not in my book.
 

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The main difference (on the front lines) is that Goodridge piggybacks their lines (two lines going to the reservoir) and Speiegier has one line going to the reservoir and then down to a T like the stock lines.

 

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Lamonster said:
The main difference (on the front lines) is that Goodridge piggybacks their lines (two lines going to the reservoir) and Speiegier has one line going to the reservoir and then down to a T like the stock lines.
Based on that alone I would personally want the Speiegier lines...
 

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Lamonster said:
The main difference (on the front lines) is that Goodridge piggybacks their lines (two lines going to the reservoir) and Speiegier has one line going to the reservoir and then down to a T like the stock lines.

:bigthumbsup: I knew there was a big difference between the two , just couldn't remember which one was set up which way :redfaced:
 

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Moonbaby said:
Based on that alone I would personally want the Speiegier lines...
I prefer the feel and slight performance advantage of 2 independent lines over a 1 into 2 system. And no, I don't care to debate fluid dynamics with anyone here. :D
 
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