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Old 10-27-2011, 08:11 PM   #1
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longer brake lines with my lift?

purchased the fox 2.5s extended travels witht the 2.0 rear shocks for my 11 DCLB and im most likely going to use 265x70x17 . ive heard a few say when u lift you might need longer brake lines...is this true? and if so can anybody reccomend a good company that makes steel braideds?
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Old 10-27-2011, 08:17 PM   #3
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purchased the fox 2.5s extended travels witht the 2.0 rear shocks for my 11 DCLB and im most likely going to use 265x70x17 . ive heard a few say when u lift you might need longer brake lines...is this true? and if so can anybody reccomend a good company that makes steel braideds?
depends how much you are lifting. I went 2.5 inches and didnt get longer brake lines and its fine
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You don't need brake lines for that lift.
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I didn't get extended lines with my Dakars and 2 3/4" rear lift
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ok so its just if your going BIG. i figured. thanks for the responses!
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:50 PM   #7
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ok so its just if your going BIG. i figured. thanks for the responses!
The Group Buy for the extended Steel lines should help out a squishy pedal..
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The Group Buy for the extended Steel lines should help out a squishy pedal..
i dont notice my pedal being squishy lol. but i will keep it in mind thanks for the input
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no need for extended brake lines
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i dont notice my pedal being squishy lol. but i will keep it in mind thanks for the input
was just pointing out other uses than going BIG.
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Old 10-28-2011, 12:46 AM   #11
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was just pointing out other uses than going BIG.
gotcha. i understand. thank u
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