Overview of Magnum Polished Stainless Designer Series ABS Front Lower Brake Line for Softails - AS57003
Ultra-low-expansion brake line construction designed specifically for ABS system requirements
Polished Stainless braid is cleaner and brighter than standard stainless
Matching braid color and weave on all Magnum control cables and brake lines
Crystal clear outer jacket offers exceptional protection against scuffing paint or chrome and will never discolor
All fittings are highly polished and chrome on the Sterling Chromite II and Polished Stainless lines or black chrome plated on the Black Pearl lines
Inner PTFE tubing with over 100% Kevlar® coverage provides the ultimate in high performance by greatly reducing line expansion in stock and plus-length applications for excellent brake control and safety ratings
ABS models utilize a two-piece design consisting of a direct bolt-on lower assembly used in conjunction with alternative length upper lines joined together by AN -3 fittings for easy installation
Exceeds all DOT FMVSS-106 requirements
Made in the U.S.A.
NOTE: Upper and lower brake line kits are sold separately to allow for a perfect fitment.
NOTE: Non-stock applications require taking a measurement for the upper brake line length and banjo angle to ensure correct fitment (see How to Order below).
NOTE: Harley-Davidson motorcycles equipped with single disc ABS (anti-lock brake system) require ABS specific upper and lower brake line kits. Failure to do so may result in compromised anti-lock braking ability. Magnum Shielding brake line kits manufactured specifically for these applications are identified with the letters "ABS" printed directly on the brake hose
IMPORTANT - HOW TO ORDER:
Lower lines are model specific
Stock fitments: Use the stock reference chart to determine what upper line length would be stock for your application. Please note: ABS stock lengths are different than non-ABS
Stock reference chart: The chart gives you the stock banjo angle used for the master cylinder. You may prefer to use a different banjo angle based on alternate routings or changes to the handlebars