I purchased a set of these off ebay and they looked cool enough and the price was right so I pulled the throttle and purchased them. They arrived from England and I got to work to install them. Once I got the old lines off I noticed they had the ends turned the wrong direction and that they were to short. I contacted the guy and he said ship them back and he would make new ones. Shortly after that he emailed back and said forget sending them back, it was to far away and costly. Instead he wanted detailed photos and lenghts and direction and angles of ends. I went to work again and emailed all the pics with measurements to him. Several weeks later the second set of lines arrived. Upon opening the box I paired them up against the first set and the two were identical. I contacted the seller again and I was really ****ed off at the time I wrote to him so he wrote back stating that he was under no obligation to refund my money. At thaty point I shipped the whole mess back to him and asked for a refund. He agreed to send my money back. Five weeks later I get a notice from paypal saying that he had shorted me $25! I am ****ed again. and called Ebay to file a claim against the guy. Ebay only offers buyers protection for 45 days! Sorry! Bottom line, DON"T BUY LINES FROM WEZMOTO. He couldn't get past the fact that he had sold 50+ sets to GPZ owners and no problems. I explained that I could mount the front lines with the bike on the side stand but the first time the front wheel dropped into a hole or god forbid I should pull a wheelie the lines would be under tremendous stretch. With the bike on the center stand it was clearly not long enough to fit. I also explained to him the front suspension forks have a negative top out spring that allows the fork to extend aprox. 3/4in. past what your looking at with the bike on the center stand. I don't think this guy even makes the lines and they are just purchased from another manufacturer. I'm going to cyclebrakes.com in L A. If you send your old lines to them Galfer will produce new ones that work. Galfer also has a set that is off the shelf for my 82 GPZ 550 but I'm afraid they might have the swivel ends on them and I don't want those type ends.