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Old 10-16-2016, 07:56 PM
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Rear brake drop brackets

I have the TeraFlex rear brake line drop brackets. At ride height they rub on the shock body. Is this an issue? Should I wrap the brake lines in something?

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You could wrap them in duct tape in that area to be extra safe or get some stainless steel lines, it will help firm up you pedal too.

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I had a bunch of corrugated wire tubing laying around so I placed the brake line in it with a couple of zip ties. After 6 months there is no sign of wear.
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You could wrap them in duct tape in that area to be extra safe or get some stainless steel lines, it will help firm up you pedal too.
Stainless steel line are definitely in my future. Just can't swing it right now.
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I had a bunch of corrugated wire tubing laying around so I placed the brake line in it with a couple of zip ties. After 6 months there is no sign of wear.
That's a good idea, simple and cheap. Thanks.......
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