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for a 93? where can i get them?

i did a search on here and nothing came up

everything i found on google was for 94+
 

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Glafer makes them. Dennis kirk sells them.

though you should be good to go by ordering a 94 line. there's a lot of slack in it and should reach the left side just fine.
 

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cool. good deal. i just wasnt positive if the lines were different between the years or not...

i looked in both of my manuals, and it didnt really say too much..

thx!
 

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http://spieglerusa.com/

You'll want the one for the GPZ 500S.

I plan on getting a replacement line for my '89. I'll probably just make the drive up from Cincinnati, as they are located in Dayton.

It's $60 for the braided steel (in your choice of color) and $6 each for color matched anodized banjo bolts. It's more than $50 for the stock rubber from Ron Ayers. That made my decision easy.
 

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so whats the difference between 87 and an 88-93?

GPZ 500 S 87 - 87 orig. Front 1 S-KA0013 $59.95

GPZ 500 S 88 - 93 orig. Front 3 S-KA0014 $143.95


why are they another 70 bucks?
 

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Model Year Remarks Position Qty PartNumber Price
GPZ 500 S 00 - orig. Rear 1 S-KA0011 $56.95

GPZ 500 S 00 - orig. Front 3 S-KA0012 $143.95

GPZ 500 S 87 - 87 orig. Front 1 S-KA0013 $59.95

GPZ 500 S 88 - 93 orig. Front 3 S-KA0014 $143.95

GPZ 500 S 93 - 99 orig. Rear 1 S-KA0015 $56.95

GPZ 500 S 93 - 99 orig. Front 3 S-KA0016 $143.95



i dunno... says its for the front? plus i dont have a disc on the back.
 

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I'm thinking the Euro bikes went to a dual disk front brake system, thus the need for three lines (one from the master cylinder to the junction block, and one to each of the two calipers.) The front brake line is the same assuming a single cable/caliper, thus the '87 would be correct.

This is all pure conjecture on my part, as I planned on actually driving or riding up there to see in person. I'm sure a phone call will clear up your questions though.

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Darren
 
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