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post #1 of 4 Old Sep 12th, 2013, 3:24 pm Thread Starter
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Spiegler brake lines

Does anyone know if there is as supplier for spiegler brake line in Europe. All of the ones I have found so far are in the States
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Re: Spiegler brake lines

It's a USA company with a German-sounding name.

Look or other brands in Germany.

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Re: Spiegler brake lines

I knew its an American company, was hoping they may have had a supplier in Europe. We are hit with import duty, vat on top of the normal price which makes them very expensive. I was hoping that if there was a dealer over here they may have been more affordable. Any time I search on line speigler seems to be the only company that does them
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Re: Spiegler brake lines

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I knew its an American company, was hoping they may have had a supplier in Europe. We are hit with import duty, vat on top of the normal price which makes them very expensive. I was hoping that if there was a dealer over here they may have been more affordable. Any time I search on line speigler seems to be the only company that does them
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Have you tried MOTOBINS (UK)?

They are much closer to your place and show some replacement braided brake hoses for the K1200LT on their web site. No idea who manufactures their hoses - but it is worth and email or a call. They have been responsive to my emails in the past.
http://www.motobins.co.uk/bmw-parts....del=K%20Series

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