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Tenere front brake lines

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1 year 11 months ago #172544 by bender
Hey guys been awhile,
I noticed my front brake lines are leaking, anyone else replace these with braided line? If so did you go for the "banjo bolt" option?
Thanks guys
Sean

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1 year 11 months ago #172545 by Trailraider
Hey Bender,
Try looking through these:
www.obtrailriders.com/index.php/forum?vi...ic&catid=18&id=91879
www.obtrailriders.com/index.php/forum?vi...c&catid=18&id=103115

If you dont have any luck maybe send TB a pm?

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1 year 11 months ago #172547 by Jeffro
Replied by Jeffro on topic Tenere front brake lines
Not on a tenere but I have had braided lines on other bikes and they do give better feel. Not sure what you are asking about banjo bolts though, they should just fit up with the original bolts. Maybe replace the washers though.

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1 year 10 months ago #172551 by bender
Replied by bender on topic Tenere front brake lines
I probably didn't describe what I meant about the banjos, the tenere as you probably know has the one line that comes of the master cylinder and then splits into two lines behind the forks, the only real option I could find was a system that uses a double banjo so both lines come straight of the master cylinder, I've since ordered and will let you know how it goes if anyone is interested lol,
I re-read TB's old posts Trailerider and didn't see any mention of touching the brake lines, probably the only bit he didn't tweek lol
Cheers guys

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