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Old 12-17-2011, 10:59 AM   #2
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Bump. I checked with Camburg and they didn't know the exact extension for the front lines other than a 4" spindles need 4" extended brake lines, but I have seen some of the brake lines showing a 2" extension for lifts. Anyone know exactly for front and rear length? Are 2" lines recommended front and rear for this lift setup? I will probably just do the expo leafs without the block and the camburg spindles with CO's set to 1".
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When I called Camburg they said that their extended front lines are 17" overall length. I would call them again and double check just to be safe.
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Rear lines are definitely needed! I think all pro sells 8" ones in their kit!
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