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I would not even worry about adapting a different kit.


Go here: https://www.coremoto.com/category_s/4085.htm


I had my custom lines, within a week, and the cost was not much more than an off the shelf set that would have not been correct.



I used clear, vinyl tubing to figure out the correct lengths. Their instructions are really good, too.
 

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Thanks for the great info guys, I appreciate it.

I think I'll get the galfer for the rear and use a custom coremoto for the front.

I want a single line that splits like the stock unit and galfer appears to a two line setup from the master cyl.


thanks again,

Jimz
 

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I think I'll get the galfer for the rear and use a custom coremoto for the front.

So I ended getting the Galfer kit for both front and rear, thought it would be the most straight forward least hassle path.

I've got Renthal high bars (which I really like), and the stock rubber lines had enough slack to fit but the galfer units did not.

The left leg uses a longer line which will work on my right leg but had to order a custom 3 in longer line to make it all work.

They wouldn't take my short line back because it was a black like with gold fittings, blah blah blah.

So I should be good now and I'm waiting on a half decent weather day to spend some quality time in the garage.

Also got a new set of tires, new battery and rear sprocket.

I'm tired of winter and I am suffering from PBS, parked bike syndrome.
 

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