Stainless Line Holders - Wrist Twisters
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post #1 of 11 Old 03-05-2016, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
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Stainless Line Holders

Hey guys, tried searching, clearly failed. I have seen a bunch of posts about a block that attaches stainless lines to the bottom triple clamp. I am getting Galfer lines and need the block. HELP

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Bollocks . I can't figure out how to edit a comment on mobile, so I'll just double up.

There were about 3 guys that used to make them on this forum but it's been radio silence for a few years now. The one I linked to on Amazon is the only one I've found that's still available. Still debating if I need one myself or not. $35 seems a bit steep.

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Bollocks . I can't figure out how to edit a comment on mobile, so I'll just double up.

There were about 3 guys that used to make them on this forum but it's been radio silence for a few years now. The one I linked to on Amazon is the only one I've found that's still available. Still debating if I need one myself or not. $35 seems a bit steep.
A HUGE THANK YOU for posting that link. The item in the link appears to be the latest version of the XRMIKEY clamp which I believe was the original.

I'm ashamed to admit how much time I've spent trying to find one of these clamps. I recently bought a throttle cable clamp I was going to adapt to for this purpose. While $35 might seems steep it think its a fair price considering the time one would spend adapting something else to work. Thanks again for the link.
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Thank you! This is what I was looking for. There used to be someone here that made them, but, that was a long time ago. This will do.

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When I ordered the Galfers they came with a small clamp for the fronts. Just one of those little cheesy metal clips with a rubber coating that you bend into shape, but it works fine. Also the lines seemed excessively long, which actually made routing them a pain in the ass, so the block style holder may be more trouble than it's worth.

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So I thought "what the hell". Added it to my Amazon basket. I removed it again when it came up at US$47 including shipping .

I would have done it at $35.

Time to bodge something together myself...

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isn't it debatable whether or not these are needed? I haven't done it myself, but just ordered G&J lines. i don't really want things to rub but i'm not gonna bother with it for half the cost of the brake lines themselves. unless there's some reason you need to.

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Yes 35 is a bit steep for that but that is as long as you can make one yourself. He even ships to Turkey that is amazing actually...

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post #10 of 11 Old 03-09-2016, 07:24 PM
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I got my brake line holder today, ordered it from the Amazon link. This certainly looks like another version of the XRMikey clamp. Looks and fits nice. A little permanent marker should hide the etched logo.



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Planning on stainless lines in the future just subscribing to have the link thanks

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