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Old 04-26-2011, 05:08 PM   #1
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do i need to get new brake lines

Im runnin a 2" bb with a 1"bl swaybar discos on an lj

Am I going to run into problems with my brake lines w/ the sway bar disconnected?

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Old 04-26-2011, 05:41 PM   #2
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i dont think so. what size tires?

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Im runnin a 2" bb with a 1"bl swaybar discos on an lj

Am I going to run into problems with my brake lines w/ the sway bar disconnected?
Not at all, not even close. You won't have that problem until you get a really super-flexy suspension at about a 4" or taller height.
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i dont think so. what size tires?
33 12.50 on 3.75 bs
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lift front of jeep. support by frame. drop axle to full droop. turn steering wheel all the way to one side.

check the brake lines and see if they're tight. if they are, you need new brake lines. this is a function of shock length, not necessarily lift height.
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