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Increase your motorcycle’s braking performance with Moose Racing’s stainless lines. They reduce the expansion pressure caused under braking and reduce the absorption of water. Each Moose Racing Stainless Steel Braided Brake Line is designed to withstand a minimum of 14,000 psi. The brake lines are made from top-quality DuPont Teflon®-coated hose, wrapped with stainless steel, and PVC-coated for protection and great looks. Rubber protection boots and extra-rigid tubing are used to protect vulnerable areas from heat and impact and to prevent hose flex under compression, and the swivel union ends are the secret to easier fitting. They ensure kink- and stress-free installation.
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2007 yz450 front brake line
from Reno, NV
Comments about Moose Racing Stainless Steel Braided Motorcycle Brake Line:
I bought this brake line to replace the stock front line that had been busted. The brake line was thinner than the stock one and had some trouble fitting it on the caliper conection. I took one star off for the fitting problem but other than that, this is a perfect replacement.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Very nice steel braided break line.....
from Fontana, CA
Installed Part No. 1872775 on my DR-Z400S to replace the Galfer steel braided line that got chewed up on my last dual sport ride. The line is made by Venhill (a Brittish company)and quality is top shelf. With my Galfer 280mm oversized brake kit its a little shorter than I'd like but it will do the job.
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