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    Default Banjo Sizes for Aftermarket Masters and Calipers

    This one is buckling my brain

    I need to order some banjo bolts

    But I've got a clusterfuck of brake and clutch to deal with

    HHI 11/16 Clutch and GMA 9/16 going into a 4 pot PM front and Hydro clutch on the primary

    Got the 3/8 24 for the clutch but the banjos into the PM caliper and the GMA & HHI master cylinders is just not readily available. Yes, I can buy the Sniper 2 builder kit for brakes but I'm trying to economize.

    Idears?

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    This is where your local independent motorcycle shop would be handy (if you have one). Drag Specialties and other distributors carry a lot of brake hardware, and I for one stock banjo bolts and fittings to adapt HD stuff to the -3AN line.

    Don't know about current production, but PM always used 1/8NPT threads in their calipers.

    Jim

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    hydraulic lines and fitting, incl. banjo bolts; maybe here:

    https://www.venhill.co.uk/hydraulic-...njo-bolts.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    hydraulic lines and fitting, incl. banjo bolts; maybe here:

    https://www.venhill.co.uk/hydraulic-...njo-bolts.html
    I know where to get them (I'm building internal Goodridge Sniper 2 lines) I just don't know the pitch and depth

    I'm assuming PM is 10mm but it would be a guess that could have very expensive ramifications. Prefer to learn without expensive ramifications.

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