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Old 02-28-2012, 07:45 PM   #1
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i might get a 3.5 inch lift leafs,controll arms coils and i think shocks. so can i get a little longer drivline will that work. also front sespension track bar and stuff what do i need. also how should i go about getting longer brake lines. anything else i should now thanks for the input
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U can buy extended brake lines or use ones off of another vehicle
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Agreed, but probably not needed for a 3.5 inch lift.
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You got it pretty much right. Track bar isnt a must but is recomended. If you do get one, deffently get a adjustable double shear with a new bracket and a heim joint.
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Agreed, but probably not needed for a 3.5 inch lift.
I don't believe I have extended lines but it does put stress on the stock ones if ur worried
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I needed brake lines for my 3". They were stretched when flexed with the tire strait. If the tires were turned, they would have been yanked off.
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ya i have a 2inch lift and with flex my lines almost loose slack. also what do u mean by a double shear?
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http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch...egory_Code=XSP

It means that it has those two bends in it. It helps with flex.
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No problem. Feel free to ask anymore questions.
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