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Commando 650 parking brake reposition

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I recently replaced my rear driveshaft on my 08 Commando 650.  Unfortunately, the parking brake rotor was welded to the old one, and the new one did not have one.  The folks at Joyner recommended just moving the caliper to the rear wheel as there is a second bracket I could mount it to.  However, the brake line is too short to reach that bracket, anyone done this reposition before?  Are there standard size brake lines and fittings that I can buy to move it?  Right now I have it bolted back up to the factory bracket but it sucks to not have a parking brake.

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Hi the line is usually long enough if you re route the hose.If not we should have the hose.You need to measure what you need.

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If not we should have the hose.Need to know how long total.We have some sizes just let me know.Banjo flat 45 or 90 bend.Try to keep system sealed before you open it.

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