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Old 18-01-2013, 11:33 PM   #1
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Thumbs up ED Sedan - SAFEBRAKE braided lines

This SAFEBRAKE braided lines kit is for Ford Falcon ED Sedan 1993-1994.

Product advantages:

1. Obvious improvement in braking performance,
2. Reduce overall stopping distance,
3. Stop confidently in wet or dry road condition,
4. Stops better when car is laden with weight and passengers, especially when going down hill,
5. Highest quality, heavy walled braided lines with near elimination of expansion as used in top-end racing cars.
6. Utilise original design end-fittings & brackets which allow SAFEBRAKE kit to be fitted like original brake lines.

Wondering why your original brakes felt spongy?
For more technical details on lines construction, visit our website at: www.safebrake.com.au

Kit Code: FFED/CS-S-93/94-TF

The kit consist of:

Front left axle = 1 line
Front right axle = 1 line
Rear left axle = 1 line
Rear right axle = 1 line
Rear chassis to axle = 1 line

Total: 5 lines kit.



PM me for costing and other details or visit our website at: www.safebrake.com.au
For Falcon ED application catalogue go here: http://au-shop.safebrake.com.au/cate...id_category=52
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Old 30-10-2017, 04:00 PM   #2
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Default Re: ED Sedan - SAFEBRAKE braided lines

Hi,
Looking to get these for my Ed XR8 but some have told me that even though they are ADR approved they are only legal if fitted to a car that was fitted with such as original equipment in NSW.
Wouldn't want registration or insurance problems.

Any clarification?
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Old 31-10-2017, 02:42 PM   #3
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Default Re: ED Sedan - SAFEBRAKE braided lines

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Hi,
Looking to get these for my Ed XR8 but some have told me that even though they are ADR approved they are only legal if fitted to a car that was fitted with such as original equipment in NSW.
Wouldn't want registration or insurance problems.

Any clarification?
We sold thousands of kit in NSW and other states and many have passed roadworthiness test at road transport department.
The rules never specify what material the brake hoses are made off. It simply stated 'flexible brake hose'. At such any brake hoses that was approved by ADR to meet the standard is good for installation. Same rules for all states.

But it is not as simple as that because ADR requirements regulate on how the brake hoses are made but not on how the brake hoses are installed. ADR didn't know which hoses goes to which car.

Approved brake hoses that don't have proper bracket or mounting or left dangling too long or not specific to a particular car model is not legal for road use. In fact during Police roadblock inspection they can write off your vehicle as not roadworthy if they found such unsafe brake hose installation even though the hoses are ADR approved.

It is your mechanic who determine if the brake hoses are safe for installation. If you install it on your own you must ensure the brake hoses kit is from reputable manufacturer and is identical to factory original with factory bracket and mounts included where applicable.
You as the car owner ultimately responsible for your car maintenance and must ensure your car are safe to be driven. Well you can appoint a mechanic to help you.

If your car happen to require roadworthiness test with Road Transport NSW, first they will check if the hoses are compliant with ADR requirements/approval. Second they will check if the hoses are safe as installed. Such as if it has proper bracket, not too long or not too short.

SAFEBRAKE hoses kit has been checked by the inspectors thousand of times in all states over 10 years and not even a single problem arise.
Our hoses are made to fit specific car model like your Falcon ED. Each of our hose has ADR compliant statement printed on it.
We use factory type end-fittings and brackets where applicable. Unlike many other braided brake hoses kit out there which use universal fitment end-fittings.

Insurance covers is for accidental damage covering your car or 3rd party only assuming the car has proper registration and is roadworthy at time of accident. As long as you paid for your insurance it covers for all risks stated in the policy.
Hope this explanation helps.
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Old 31-10-2017, 02:55 PM   #4
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Default Re: ED Sedan - SAFEBRAKE braided lines

Thanks for the information.
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