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Questions & Answers
how long is a standard front brake line 1994 harley davidison fxr super glide
The stock front brake line for the 1994 Harley-Davidson FXR Super Glide measures 42 inches long. You can see exactly how long the brake lines are that we sell by selecting your machine from our fit guide. Once you've done that, simply scroll down below the main description and you'll see all the specifications (including length) for the brake lines we have on offer.
Im getting risers put my bike is this going to be long enough
Without having the bike here to measure, it's difficult to say what length of cables your machine would require. The best way to be sure you get exactly what you need is to mount the handlebars on your machine and carefully measure the expected route that the cables would travel. From there, you would have an excellent idea of how much extra cable your application will require. Once you've determined how much longer over the lines you require, simply select that number from the length menu and you'll get exactly what you need!
Would this fit a 1990 sportster?
If it's a 1990 XLH1200 Sportster 1200 that you have, yes - this kit will certainly fit your bike.
Hello was wanting to know if you offer front brake lines for a 05 ultra classic that I have put Paul Yaffe 10 in bars on it I'm guessing the brake lines need to be at least 4 to 6 in longer any help would be greatly appreciated
We certainly do have these lines available in lengths that are longer than stock. Once you choose your machine from our fit guide (FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide), you'll be able to choose the color and size over standard for your brake lines. Exactly how much longer than stock those brake lines will need to be is difficult to say without having the bike here to examine.
Your best bet would be to mount up the original lines and then carefully measure how much extra length you need between the end of the line and the brake master cylinder. With that, you'll have a good idea of the size over standard to order - just be sure to round up to nearest number we have available!