Saturday afternoon the mail truck left the new Goodridge braided stainless brake line.
Today, Sunday I went for nice ride, came home, changed the engine oil, rear drive oil and installed the brake line.
Checked all the components in the kit.
The length was right, new banjo bolts, new crush washers, everything looked right.
Drained out the old brake fluid.
Un-bolted the brake hose at the master cylinder.
Snaked it down, and out to the caliper and unbolted that end.
Ripped off and saved the two rubber blocks that were on the old hose at the guide brackets.
Threaded the new hose in place added the rubber blocks at the guides.
Pinched the sheetmetal guides tighter around the rubber blocks.
Added fresh DOT 4 brake fluid.
Bleed the brakes through the bleeder and used a hand vacuum pump at the master cylinder.
Cleaned up everything and went for a ride.
Nice brake action, I believe it has a slightly firmer, more positive lever feel.