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    Grom brake hoses. Pictures please

    I want to make steel braded front and rear brake lines for the grom. Can someone post pictures of the hose connection to the caliper, master cylinder, front and rear and measure the hose length from the center of the banjo bolt to center of the banjo bolt for the front and rear hoses please.

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    Im with you. Just cant decide with I am going to go with black or silver.



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    I'm sure that kawi klr I think, should be very similiar length wise. Can probebly use the lengths from sets of those lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fashionrider712 View Post
    I'm sure that kawi klr I think, should be very similiar length wise. Can probebly use the lengths from sets of those lines.
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    Thanks but I want pictures of the grom. I'm sure one of the Uk guys could do it.

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    i scaled it out, using a known, wheel is 12in. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fashionrider712 View Post
    i scaled it out, using a known, wheel is 12in. lol.
    ^^ this guy lol I enjoy your style sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fashionrider712 View Post
    i scaled it out, using a known, wheel is 12in. lol.
    I have no idea what this means?^^^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highsider989 View Post
    I have no idea what this means?^^^^^^^^
    Oh, that was just for length of lines, as for bend angles of the fitting, yea ur gonna need a pic to get the exact bend.

    Scale/ratio. Say on a picture the grom wheel is 1inch, u know the wheel is 12in. So from the picture if u measure a distance of 5in that would equal 60in @ real life scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swartzie View Post
    ^^ this guy lol I enjoy your style sir!
    Approx scale I did was for the handbrake line. I guesstimating a 68in line, full throttle inc sells a 72in. So I am gonna order that and a magura 13mm master for the hb. Might even order that master for the front brakes too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fashionrider712 View Post
    Oh, that was just for length of lines, as for bend angles of the fitting, yea ur gonna need a pic to get the exact bend.

    Scale/ratio. Say on a picture the grom wheel is 1inch, u know the wheel is 12in. So from the picture if u measure a distance of 5in that would equal 60in @ real life scale.
    Umm ya, thanks, that's why the title of the thread is called "Grom brake hoses, pictures please," not "what do you gess what parts I should use to make brake hoses for a bike I've never seen up close". Thanks, for your wisdom.
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