[Galfer has over 13,000 part numbers representing thousands of brake line designs, but they want more. So if you have a setup that they don’t have on file yet, they want it. Here’s how it works. The customer photographs the stock setup, providing Robert with detail shots of the banjo fittings, routing, and any special brackets that will help him optimize the replacement Galfer line and make sure it fits perfectly. Once he’s made a prototype, it’s sent back to you for installation, at which point you take another round of photos which Robert will use to produce the detailed step-by-step instructions that come with every set of Galfer lines. If everything fits perfectly, which it most likely will considering how detail-oriented these guys are, the customer sends back the OEM line to be added to the Galfer reference collection and keeps the new line. It’s a pretty cool program, and one that gives the customer the satisfaction of knowing he has played a pivotal role in the development process.