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    10/91
    The bike has a build date of 11/91, they must be the original brake lines! I need to order brake lines and start praying, now.
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    »Ross Wendell
    »1992 Katana 600, 1987 MR2 turbo, 2005 Corolla

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    Oh pishaw, just replace them when they fail. Then you know you got your money's worth.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by RossW View Post
      10/91
      The bike has a build date of 11/91, they must be the original brake lines! I need to order brake lines and start praying, now.
      I say about time to give G&J a call.

      Probably by far the cheapest with high pay off.

      see here for more info:

      http://katriders.com/vb/showthread.php?t=92494

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      • #4
        HS2020 carries lines too here: MO Powersports
        Chris

        Originally posted by jetmerritt
        Save up for great gear and dress for the fall before you ride. If you can't afford good quality gear, don't ride. It's like saying you can't afford seat belts for your car. There are just no laws to make gear mandatory.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by squiggy View Post
          Oh pishaw, just replace them when they fail. Then you know you got your money's worth.
          FTW. You don't really need brakes, all they do is slow you down.
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          Just because they sound the same doesn't mean they are: there≠their≠they're; to≠too≠two; its≠it's; your≠you're; know≠no; brake≠break

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          • #6
            wow ive never checked my lines since i bought it bet they need replaced i hope not tho So much to a bike guess its easy to overlook something

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            • #7
              Yikes.

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