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06' Money Pit 2006 Double Cab Automatic 4.0
PC kit at 7 1/4" front, Custom National Spring 6" leafs, Custom dual steer stabl kit, Dirt King UCA & LCA, Kings coming soon, Fab Fours bumpers w/ tire carrier, Smitty winch, Redline hood struts and gate strut, K&N CAI, Magnaflow, URD MAF Cal, Alpine & JL syst custom install, Ton of Dynamat, Corbeau LG1's front and rear, Jeep style closed loop carpet, doors and armrest leather, Snugtop shell, Bedrug, a bunch of other stuff....
Extended Brake Line Question
I have a mid travel set up but figured you guys have far more experience with extended brake lines since you must do it for LT. I ordered extended stainless hoses and when I was looking at the set up in the front yesterday I was wondering if the routing and number of connections could be simplified. iE: stock the truck has a hard line to an "L" on top of the frame then hard line from the "L" for 8-10" then goes to rubber hose then back to a short hard line at the caliper. I was wondering if I could eliminate all the crap in the middle and just run a stainless line from the "L" at the top of the frame straight to the caliper ...would eliminate a few connections and look a hell of a lot cleaner. Anyone done this ? Or do you lose too much pressure ?
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