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Old 06-22-2011, 04:31 PM   #1
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I already have the front 5100s, I'm just waiting on the rears to arrive at dsm so I can pick those up along w/ their UCAs. Its fun to stockpile everything
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Sweet! Of course pics when it's all installed!
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Side note... After looking through some threads, I havent really found my answer. Does anyone extend the front brake lines w/ this (2.5-3") lift? I obviously have the rear lines, but I dont want to run stainless lines in the rear with oem rubber lines up front. Just need to know if stock size is ok, or if I should locate some extended front lines too.
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I don't think extending them is required, but if you're going to be replacing the rear lines and bleeding the brakes, you might as well replace the front ones too it isn't that much extra work. With the SS lines, you will notice better brake response as well, at least I did.
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Stock is fine, no issues.

Ok, thanks guys! I'll grab some stock length SS lines for the front then
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