Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Hansen, Idaho, , USA
On my CB900C I put the front and rears on the bike, the front makes a big difference, but you probably will not feel much of a difference on the rear. It's still a good idea to replace the rear, but posibly just use rubber there.
I've seen the stock brake lines on a Honda Rancher go pretty soft in about 5 years. I didn't know how bad they were until I ran a new 06 rancher. I want to get BSS lines on that one.
I'm having some fun looking around at the brakes for my LTD, looks like a fun job on that bike. I don't even know how the brakes are setup on it. I am going to wait until I have the bike in my hands before I get the new parts. I'm thinking that I'll split the brakes and have a full front and full back, not the mixed.
The clutch line should also be replaced at the same interval as the brake lines. The force of the clutch might not be as much, so buldge will not be as bad, but it is still taking force from the clutch where you need it.
Mind you, I know everything about nothing and nothing about everything.