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Motorcycle Extended Stainless Steel Rear Brake Lines.
Here at DSC we carry extended stainless steel braided rear brake lines, made here in the USA. Every brake line is cut to fit your extended swingarm, with a crimped connector ended with a 15, 45, or 90 degree banjo bolt. Our Lines are used by daily street bike riders, custom sport bikes, street fighters, and supermoto, enduro and stunt bike riders. We carry many sizes to accommodate any length needed for street bike fat tire kits, and swing arm extension block. Here Our stainless steel braided brake lines are made using Teflon hose with PVC protective covering completed with chrome or zinc plated steel banjo bolt on each end. Choose from the many color options we have.
How to choose your +6, +9, +12 rear brake line for those bolt-on swing arm extensions? Take any string or type and follow along your stock brake line, then take it to a measuring tape and add what stretched kit you now have on streetbike. Do the same on any big tire swingarm.
How to check the of your motorcycle front and rear brake line:
Physically check by hand the brake hose line. The brake lines outer pvc covering should not be hard, brittle, soft or spongy. A sportbike brake hose should feel firm and flexible. Symptoms that may indicate rear brake hose wear is a spongy brake pedal. This indicates a soft and weak brake hoses which expands under pressure. If your front wheel is pulling more to one side during breaking it can be caused by one of the front brake hoses being blocked or restricted.
There are two types of brake lines when replacing your motorcycles brake lines.
A rubber brake hoses, which I the original equipment quality and comply with all international standards, and then there is the stainless steel braided brake lines for high performance. Our stainless steel braided brake and clutch lines are D.O.T. approved for use on public roads.