brake line question
i am about to purchase a 4" Series II Suspension Lift by rough counrty.. does anyone know if i have to buy longer brake lines or will the stock ones be good enough. does anyone also have any complaints or feed back on this lift
I actually doubt you'll need longer brake lines with only 4" of suspension lift unless it has an unusually large amount of axle droop. With my very basic 5.5" RockKrawler lift, I did not need longer brake lines. It was only after I installed a 4.5" long arm Rubicon Express kit with flexier trackbars, longer shocks, flexier drag link, etc. that longer front brake lines were required. So it's more the lift itself, not just its height that determines when longer brake lines are required.
When you have a choice, buy American made.
Locked @ both ends
go get front brake lines from a 95 wrangler. They are longer than tj brake lines and work perfect. Cost less than $20 each and bolt right up.
2007, 4 door, powered by a minivan engine, locked and riding on 35's.
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