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Re: Re: Braided brake lines

gixxerfreak said:
Earls make good quality stuff man,should be fine :thumbup I've never used 'em myself though :crash
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I have never used on a bike but Earl's has been making braided lines in the auto industry for years.
 

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gixxerfreak said:
lol,and how many coppers would know the difference between Earls,Goodridge,Hel etc etc? :lol :lol
Most of the bike cops are bike enthusiasts, Now they might not know as much as you or Pete but they would have a clear idea of what these braided brake lines are for and which brand to choose over which.

Feel free to correct me if im wrong but thats just what i think from my experiences :)
 

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Plushy said:
The must also have a yellow Adr approved tag on the Clear coating of the Braided lines otherwise its a Canary and a :no from the copper
IF the copper even knows what he's lookin at! :crash I've had coppers look over very unroadworthy bikes and not say a word,others are 'hawk eyes' admittedly,but very,very few! :crash
 

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gixxerfreak said:
lol,and how many coppers would know the difference between Earls,Goodridge,Hel etc etc? :lol :lol
even though gixxerfreak is very very gay and slow to boot he's right....

:fact most coppers wouldn't know where the hell a brake line is on a bike let alone if it's aftermarket or standard:yesnod :p

most steel braided lines would be better than the crap standard rubber lines.

if you're local pop into Mick Hone's in Box Hill and they'll do some for ya for around one fiddy-two hunj....they make em up for ya.
 

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i agree with most here, most cops wouldn't know aftermarket from standard if you belted them over the head with it. :fact
 
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