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Hi Gang,

I have a 2003 Honda 400EX and I tried to put taller bars and 30mm risers on her. The brake line will allow me to put one or the other on, but not both. Is there a way to re-route the stock brake line so that I can run both without replacing the line? I looked on youtube, but could not find anything. The brake line almost seems to be bolted to something on the front of the frame. I just wanted to ask before I start taking things apart. Any advice or a link to instructions would be great!

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I would suggest just getting rid of the stock rubber lines and put on braided lines. They will be long enough to allow anything you want. I have well over 30mm of rise on my bars and have room to go higher if i wanted to. I have galfer brake lines on all and the difference in braking power was night and day also. Rubber lines flex and lose braking power. My .02
 

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Good idea Slammed.

Do braided lines come pre-cut to the proper length?

Is Rocky Mountain ATV as good of a place as any to order from?

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Yes and yes. I got ones for my +2 a-arms. But the one going up to the handle bar is the same length for either stock or +2.
 
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