looking for flexi brake pipes

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Mr dino
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looking for flexi brake pipes

Post by Mr dino » Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:57 pm

looking for front flexi brake pipes for my 885 highways model David Brown parts don't list them. Any ideas folks, mine are so rotten
It's sort of yellow and rust

tomryall
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Re: looking for flexi brake pipes

Post by tomryall » Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:01 pm

A good hyd repair shop should be able to make them up.I got them made up years ago for an international 784 with a sekura cab, it used to crack the steel ones that were on from new.I think they used 1/4" hyd hose,never gave anymore trouble.

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cobbadog
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Re: looking for flexi brake pipes

Post by cobbadog » Sun Apr 01, 2018 7:34 am

Here in NSW Australia all flexible brake hoses must be made by a manufacturer or one that is licenced to do so. Hydraulic hoses are not allowed even though they would be rated at a higher pressure.

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