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Old 01-17-2011, 01:17 PM   #1
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Extended Brake Lines Needed for This Lift?

Been searching and reading up on the lifts FAQ stickied to the top of the forum.

For the rear I already have the TSB leafs, and want to add an AAL to gain another 1.5" and install Walker Evans 2.0" dia. shocks.

For the front I want to get WE 2.0" dia. coilovers and All-Pro UCAs. Prefer the non-reservoir 2.0" coilover for compactness, no need to relocate swaybar, etc. I estimate this will result in 2.5-3" of lift in the front if the goal is to level with the rear lift.

My question is, will I need extended brake lines in the front or rear for this setup?
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Old 01-17-2011, 01:20 PM   #2
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no, but you do need to relocate your swaybar i think
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no...but they are cheap and a good upgrade...

your stock setup has enough slack to take care of the extra lift
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