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Old 03-13-2012, 02:08 AM   #31
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Could you list #numbers please?

If possible?
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Old 03-13-2012, 04:18 AM   #32
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If possible?
Thnx.
Sure. http://advrider.com/forums/showpost....2&postcount=23
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:34 AM   #33
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worked!

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Here's the list of what is needed:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...60&postcount=8

  • 6011301200033 -- the front line (1)
  • 60101078000 -- the triple bracket (1)
  • 0603100141 -- banjo washers (6)
  • 50213025000 - new banjo bolts. (2)
  • 60101077000 - brake line guide for triples. (1)
  • 60101079000 - another guide (1)
  • 0012060164 - screws to mount the plastic guides (3)
You may or may not need the triples bracket. I bought one separate, and then the line came with a bracket attached. You really only need one new banjo bolt because you can reuse all but one of the old ones.

Also, notice that I moved my speedo cable as well. I cut off the hard plastic from the wire and then taped the wire to one of the brake lines.
I followed Orangecicle's list and everything worked just find for my 04 950 ADV which is supposed to be the tallest year as far as I know. Even with my one inch bar raiser I had no issue with the length of the line (almost no slack left).

I was surprised my lower and upper triple clamps had all the needed holes pre drilled and tapped.

My new brake line came with a triple bracket (#60101078000) too. It seems they always include it. I would order more copper washers as they have a tendency to get lose, how would I know.

Stock 2004 950 ADV brake line length is 48 5/8"

New brake line (#60101077000)
overall length: 49 1/2"
From reservoir to triple bracket: 17" (see the photos)
thank you Orangecicle










I didn't The new guide is smaller. The stock older model is bigger with an extra hole for speedo. I installed the other smaller new guide (not the one shown) on the other side of and sent the brake line through that. There was a tapped hole under the top clamp already!


This is not a KTM fender in case you were wondering. Its made by Polisport http://www.polisport.com/motorbikes/produtos.php?ID=554

I must send the lines to the inside of the forks after I install the fork protectors and a new hose guide on the right side just like the one on the left. I was just nervous with the line getting caught by the tire knobs.
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:18 PM   #34
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Awesome. Glad it worked for you
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Old 04-03-2013, 01:27 PM   #35
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Would anyone else want to do this I have a brake line from a 2005 S model, 245mm suspension travel.

Brake line some plastic holder, just secured it to the old style fender with some zip ties.

Since I got the Pyndon 320mm travel I wont work anymore so have to go custom just need to sort out the fork protection since the stock low fender isnt covering as it should anymore.

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Old 04-03-2013, 03:55 PM   #36
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I would be interested in it. I have a 03 Aventure with a high guard and need the 1 into 2 line. Would your line be too long?
Could you PM me how much you want for it?
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