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  • how long should the Galfer front brake lines be

    My Galfer front brake lines just turned up, but they look way too short, how long should the two front lines be for a 98' TLR
    2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

  • #2
    emm they look too short, honest.

    but there just right, sweet
    2006 749 Ducati and a 1998 TLR-1000 track bike

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    • #3
      if you can route them and still have a little slack (for full fork extension) you should be fine.

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      • #4
        Just make sure when you run em, they are secured as to not be near rotating parts. Would suck to have the tire rub a hole in the line.
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        • #5
          I thought the same thing about mine, but after I ran them side-by-side with my stockers I was relieved. They may look short, but they'll fit perfectly(if I ever get them installed). Just remember, the Galfers don't crossover, they both run straight from the mastercylinder.

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          • #6
            Check

            http://tlplanet.com/forums/showthrea...ht=brake+lines

            There are measurements for you to check if you want.
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