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    Posted: 04 Sep 2018 at 19:46
had my rearsets on for a few days now but brake line rubs on swing arm at right side  looked at photos but can't see what other folk have done. I followed griffs tutorial take the pipe over the swing arm but not happy . Should the pipe be coming off the master down like I have it or up, couldn't get it to sit well the up route
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without a picture I'm a little stuck with advice there? 

Had no issues with any I've fitted over the years with rubbing before and all have been OEM brake line. 
This on a std master? 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote David451 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Sep 2018 at 20:06
yup standard cyl the banjo Union has a 90 degree bend on it so the pipe comes of the cylinder either facing up or down but it runs down the side of the swing arm as it routes over at the rear 
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ah right. I've got banjo facing down on all mine. 
Still runs through the guide on the swingarm loops around swingarm pivot. Where is the rub? 
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as it heads to go over the swing arm it sits on it about 3 inches from master   If master was raised it wouldn’t or if I bent the 90 a wee bit but migh fracture it 

Or change height of rearsets that would lift it clear but it’s a good height for me

Doing something wrong I guess
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committed myself to bending the banjo must have been bent out of shape

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If the rearsets it's where you want it just get a longer hose for the rear caliper. Griff can get them made up as sounds like you just need a little longer hose to overcome the rub
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I replaced the original hose with one I made up from Venhill parts.
Fitted a banjo that has only a slight angle on it.


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I saw that image on google a pipe like that would resolve it but I will see how the bend does. When over at Bathgate one of Griffs customers said his his pipe was tight
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Try to cable tie away from the swing arm if you can. Mine runs down by the swing arm but managed to pull it away and create enough clearance
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yeah it's pretty tight because of the elbow so Steves type overcomes the issue rather well 
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