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    Brake line extension routing

    How do you guys run your rear brake lines so they don’t get ripped off by a branch or something? Seems like my rear lines are sort of exposed.

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    I haven't got an answer for you, because always in the same situation. But one of my friends told me there is a possibility to instal protection it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sallygreen View Post
    I haven't got an answer for you, because always in the same situation. But one of my friends told me there is a possibility to instal protection it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    How do you guys run your rear brake lines so they don’t get ripped off by a branch or something? Seems like my rear lines are sort of exposed.

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    Route them through the frame

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    You just have to gently bend the hardline a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    Route them through the frame


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    You just have to gently bend the hardline a little bit.
    That kinda looks the same as mine... just starts in the frame rather than on the side.. (I like how you did that) but my concern is the slack hanging behind the shock. I’m probably over thinking it.

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    Looks about the same to me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Looks about the same to me...
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