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From what I understand, the calipers on the SSR are the same as the Trailblazer. Assuming that to be true, are the brake lines (flexible portion attached to the caliper) the same at the Trailblazer??
Maybe Marc or one of our insiders can help?
Oh yeah - anyone in the So Cal area with a Trailblazer/Envoy/Bravada/Rainier that could be used for a test fit??

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Just a bump to the front so maybe someone with the answer can reply.

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The flexible part is Trailblazer. The Trailblazer SS has different brakes. The hard brake lines are different because of the wheelbase change and the relocation of the ABS unit.
 

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Flexible part is what I needed to know. I'll pass it along. Hopefully this will help get some more aftermarket product on the market.

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