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Would anyone happen to know the length of the hose assembly,I want to replace mine with braided hose.thanks

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Don't know the length and most parts lists only have the part number. Can you measure your current hose? You can always take a string, tape one end at the top of your hose (say at the brake handle) and then fish it through out the other end until you get to the hose connection. Mark the string, pull it out and measure the length.

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On my '86 Aspy the notes I have show two hoses. LF line 22" and 18". I bought mine from HEL USA, my contact was Jim Miller, If you want more info let me know.

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22 and 18 is what I've been seeing ,but I still need to know the length of the metal line too.thanks

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Ah, I didn't replace that piece. Looked like there were too many bends to try and snake a flexible part through. Best of luck.....

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From what spiegler told me today,the total length is 47 ish inches,so I'm going to order a 48 incher.

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