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Spiegler street brake line install

So after about 2 hours trying to make the lines work/reach running both from the MC I noticed a thread where Jason from stg pointed out that the street set runs to the right caliper and then over to the left...,

Normally I'm all for trying something to see how it work and fixing it but with brakes I thought I would ask here first. I think I have everything connected up right and just wanted to verify that I have the lines on the double banjo (right side caliper) correct.

Thanks for any help guys. Also, how do you secure the over-fender line!?

Here's my pics. None of the lines are fully tightened or clipped / tied down yet

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Looks good to me dude.

Isn't there a little clip... thing.. That secured the OEM line over the fender?

If not, it's not that serious as long as it's not resting on anything.

Those are quality lines. Make sure they aren't in a position to get pinched as the suspension articulates and they'll be good to go.

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not sure you could connect them wrong?????
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The main question is if the main line should be closer to the banjo bolt head than the line that goes from the right caliper to the left. The lines fit either way.


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The main question is if the main line should be closer to the banjo bolt head than the line that goes from the right caliper to the left.

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it does not matter one iota.
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Awesome thanks :)


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