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A good quality hydraulic hose would resist abrasion, they are pretty strong since they are wire braid reinforced.
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Providing an example. Here's a pic of the hose I have but not my bike.
The hose is braided and with quality hydraulic fittings. This makes oil changes much easier and cleaner and popular with owners of KTM 950/990's. We tie up the hose so it doesn't move around.
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