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This is a discussion on stainless braided brake hoses within the Member Products forums, part of the Classifieds category; ***UPDATE*** I've been making these hoses for a couple years now as a 2nd job. Mostly the money goes to pay for my motorcycle hobby ...

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    Senior Member pampadori's Avatar
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    stainless braided brake hoses


    ***UPDATE***

    I've been making these hoses for a couple years now as a 2nd job. Mostly the money goes to pay for my motorcycle hobby and to pay for the shop space, taxes, equipment, pizza occasionally.

    I have lots of different bikes listed now and can make them any length needed for different handle bars. I'm also willing to work with you on custom hoses too. If you want to purchase or have a question please go thru the website to do so.
    http://www.slingshotcycles.com
    Stainless braided brake lines and other odds and ends.
    Enter coupon code "caferacer" during checkout for 15% off

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    Senior Member pampadori's Avatar
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    I've added CB360 and CB350 hoses to the inventory. $60 shipped

    I've also got 75-77 GL1000 Goldwing hose kits for $115 shipped.

    Wha' chu gonna do now? thats right, you gonna buy some hoses!
    http://www.slingshotcycles.com
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    i run clipons...how much would it be for a 24inch line, banjo to banjo?
    honk if youre horny.

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    i guessed the first time, i actually need a 27inch line
    honk if youre horny.

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    $45 shipped. let me know how the ends are clocked cause once i make the hose you can't turn them.
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    quote:Originally posted by pampadori

    $45 shipped. let me know how the ends are clocked cause once i make the hose you can't turn them.
    clocked? im not sure i know what that means!
    honk if youre horny.

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    What angle do the banjos face when the hose is laid out flat? That is the clocking. Stainless braided hoses do not like being twisted, so you have to get this right, especially if they are short.
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    if the hose were laid out,one banjo would be on its side and the other would lay flat.
    honk if youre horny.

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    exactly. paypal me at pampadori@gmail.com when ready to order.
    http://www.slingshotcycles.com
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    Enter coupon code "caferacer" during checkout for 15% off

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    need a line for a cb750 with the switch on the mc. with clipons, the line was 29" with banjo on one and the regular cb750 fitting that goes to the solid line on the other

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