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    Brake lines

    Any suggestions for new front brake lines for 76 360t? Mine are collapsed I believe from sitting so long. Can't even get
    Air to go through them. Don't want to pay crazy price for oem.

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    '76 CB500T Frankenbike

    Carpe narem.

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    Or the regular ones if you are on a tight budget

    Brake Hose Kit With Brake Pipe - Honda CB360T 1975-1976
    '76 CB500T Frankenbike

    Carpe narem.

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    Or you could try Slingshot Cycles. Slingshot Cycles - Quality Brake Lines for Vintage Motorcycles

    He can make them in a number of different colors or use the factory rubber. Plus he can make them longer/shorter if you are using different bars. He just made a custom line for my current build. He also made a custom set for my CB750 with GL1000 front end that I brought to him and he made on the spot.
    Last edited by Harsh; 05-19-2017 at 10:46 AM.

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    thanks a bunch, I just went with the regular lines, I want to keep it as close to stock looking as possible.

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    I got the master cylinder rebuild kit today from Honda but have not started that yet. Also, any good tricks on getting the caliper unstuck? I have had it soaking in pb blaster then tried to blow air in it to get it to move but I think its stuck good. hoping once I get the master cylinder rebuilt and the new brake lines on I can force it out with the brake system.

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    My piston was frozen solid too. Some PB Blaster and heat did the trick. Popped right out. I used a small torch, pulled the bleeder and shot air through it once it was hot.

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    did the same thing, had a brake line attached to my air compressor, heat gun and then pop. Now to get a new seal and rebuild that. Brake lines on the way. Took first ride on it today, with a bottle for a gas tank. Ran great!

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