Source for F650GS (Twin) longer front brake line?

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by shleppy, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. shleppy

    shleppy Shlepdawg on da smoov tip

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    Installed 20mm risers on my F650 twin and the front brake line is way to freeeekin tight. (no surprise)

    Any inmates have a source for a quality replacement front brake lines? Would prefer one with the rubber sleeve on the outside of the braided line if it exists.

    Looks like Touratech has one (link) but it's $100 (way too much $$)
    Saw this one (linky).. but no clue on the quality.

    Suggestions ?
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  2. JRWooden

    JRWooden Long timer

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    I used the one that F800Depot.com sells .... worked fine with my 20mm risers, but I do not think that (at least the one I got) would have been long enough to use with the ROX adjustable units....
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  3. puckinet

    puckinet Safety third

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    Picked mine up at solomoto but with only 20mm rise you shouldn't need anything.
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  4. GH41

    GH41 Been here awhile

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    My stock line also works fine with 20mm risers. The exception would be if the OP is trying to roll the bars back from the neutral position. GH
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  5. KOH

    KOH Adventurer

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  6. Dream Rider

    Dream Rider Watchman

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    go to Spiegler. they can make a custom braided line to your specs
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  7. matt.the.ogre

    matt.the.ogre Fair-minded Villian

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  8. oulgezen

    oulgezen n00b

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    How about these? anyone tried them?
    (link)
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