These are Galfer lines. They say galfer right on them. They are great quality and good price
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Really good product and a lot cheaper then others
Way to long for a stock YZ450F
Installed on '16 yz450fx and is working as it should
Rear brake felt spongey on my 02 cr250. Given the age of this bike and knowing there is hardly any extra brake fluid in the rear system, I replaced the oem line with this and added motul racing brake fluid. These two items were an improvement. Less noticeable fade and more solid feel. Its hard to beat Honda brakes but my system was worn out.
Couldn't say much for durability since I've only ridden 4 times but its holding up and no leaks
Bought this to replace my old stock brake line due to leaking brake fluid.
Great product! Easy install and well built!!
Bought for my 04 RM250 and could not get the brake line to bend properly at all when leaving the rear brake MC. The OEM one has a different bend on the banjo fitting. No matter how I installed it the brake line was either hitting the rear shock or getting pinched between the swingarm and frame. Shame because the brake line looked well made. I installed their front brake line with no problems at all.
Best bang for your buck alot better brake feed back over stock line
Worth the money to replace the stock lines!
The feel at the rear brake pedal is solid!
I have always bled my brakes every year and I have used quality brake fluid but I never had that "solid" feel until I replaced my lines...I am not saying that they were all that bad before but now they are very solid and smooth!!
Definitely recommend replacing both lines and I should have replaced these a long time ago!
If you are on the fence about buying these lines...do it...you will not be sorry!
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Question asked by Hambone
Question:Q: How long is this hose end to end including the fittings?Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question answered by MichaelUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 5 months agoAnswer: A: This varies depending on the vehicle you are attempting to install this product to.
Question asked by oldNufToGoSlo
Question:Q: I have an '02 cr250r, which is not an option I'm able to choose-most parts are compatible with 02 crf450r...or am I being ignorant?Question asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: There may be some parts that are the same or would work on both bikes but for the most part the majority of the parts would not be interchangeable. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.