Nah, he wouldn't quote me a price. Gotta have the business license. When going to taller bars or a longer stem the upper hose (from master to junction block) gets pulled pretty tight. He said no problem, just how long.Originally posted by FAST1@Feb 27 2004, 10:32 AM
could they estimate the cost for you just to lengthen out the top line by 1 1/2"?
I believe the stock system has 3 seperate lines for the front system which all conect at different junction points. Generally if you raise the bars the top line becomes tight.
Yeah, I called a few of the hydraulic place's in Sacramento (I'm a partsman) and asked. Problem is, they all said one end would have to use an adapter. I'm not diggin that. I know Galfer is probably gonna be $$, but if I can get one hose for 1/2 the price of the dual hose setup-I'll be happy. Think about it, those dual hose's use twice the amount of stainless and double the fittings. When all you need is one stainless hose 1-2 inches longer to achieve the task.Originally posted by OnThaGass@Feb 27 2004, 10:41 AM
Galfers nice but spendy, my local farm/semi tractor hose maker can make the same hose for about 1/3 the cost of galfer....