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Question about clutch lines

Hey, I am starting a clutch install tomorrow and I have ordered the Fbody Slave to replace the stock but I have also heard bad things about our stock clutch lines... I looked up lines for the 2002 Z28 and the ones they had were braided... would these fit my car or not? Also I heard about drilling out the stock lines... how is this done? Its an 05 GTO. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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