I wasnt sure where to post this but here goes.
I lifted my Tacoma a while back and noticed my brake lines didnt have enough play. So I went to the local Lowes home improvement store and bought a 1/2" X 1" X 4ft steel flat for like 8$
I bent it using unusual methods to about a 90 degree angle, drilled two small holes in it and painted it black. I removed the rear brake brackets and placed my new bracket in between the old bracket and the axle. I used the factory bolt to mount the new bracket and an appropriate sized bolt to mount the new bracket and old bracket. I had a few extra inches of play in my brake lines even at full flex. I repeated this process for the front brake lines, but only bent the new brackets about 30 degrees. A cheap simple way to increase thelength of your brake lines without having to purchase new lines.
Here are some photos for refrence.