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I got a nice set of front fender lift brackets from a member here and tried to install them but the cross over brake line is too short. Does anyone have the part number for the nice Galfer or similar braided brake lines? Should I up grade both? Should I get rid of the cross over and just run 2 up to the master cylinder?


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Get rid of the stock line. Galfer makes several different kits for the Versys, stock routeing with crossover line, individual lines to the calipers and one without banjos that go directly into the caliper. Get the individual line one. I got one off ebay for less than $100.
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Get rid of the stock line. Galfer makes several different kits for the Versys, stock routeing with crossover line, individual lines to the calipers and one without banjos that go directly into the caliper. Get the individual line one. I got one off ebay for less than $100.
Good to know. So you got 2 individual lines going up to the master cylinder? do you remember who the seller on eBay was?


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Yep. Several sellers on ebay selling the 2 line kit, not many selling factory routeing kit. Just look for the cheapes one.
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Yep. Several sellers on ebay selling the 2 line kit, not many selling factory routeing kit. Just look for the cheapes one.
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I went with the Galpher Lines off of ebay also.

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Exactly the ones I just found! I'm going to get the rear kit as well. Just sent them a message for a package price invoice.
I do have the Motowerk 1" riser AND a ROX 2" anti-vibes on the bike. These lines should be long enough, right?


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Exactly the ones I just found! I'm going to get the rear kit as well. Just sent them a message for a package price invoice.
I do have the Motowerk 1" riser AND a ROX 2" anti-vibes on the bike. These lines should be long enough, right?
If you buy the front and rear lines they ship them together and adjust the shipping price...

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Presumably you do not have ABS since the lines do not run from the MC to the wheel
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Avoid WezMoto brake lines. Galfer are much better in quality!
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