Originally Posted by NYJETS
I have a RE 2.5 kit but I got Billstien shocks. Rides just as good as stock. Pro Comp shocks are terrable. Did not extend brake lines and have had no problems. Perhaps the Procomp shocks ride taller?
You may want to check your extension at full flex again with the sway bar disconnected in the front. Make sure your flexing opposite corners simultaneously to see what can happen on the trail (i.e. drive diagonal into a ditch or drive up on ramps with one under the driver front, passenger rear at the same time, etc. My opposite wheels will fully stuff up to the top of the fender/well while the opposing corners drop significantly.
Unless those Bilstien's are really limiting travel that much it will definitely overextend the rear lines (and the wheel speed sensor wire) .
I used the extension as shown on the rear brake lines and pulled the wheel speed sensor line free from it's rearmost tab because it was pulled taut as well.
In the front I've removed the brake line/wheel speed sensor wire from that little metal clamp that holds it at the axle and zip tied them to the shock body at their mid point.
If you do check full extension by flexing opposite corners do so in stages to keep from overextending something.