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Brake line extension

I'm in the processes if lifting the rear of the taco. I know I will need to get a rear brake line extender. Does anyone have a write up with/out pictures so I can get this done before hand.

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No! If you can't understand that much I think you need to reenter the 1st grade and draw it up for yourself in crayon.

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Yes, I have write up with pictures on my site. www.wheelersoffroad.com sells the rear lines, as does camburg, and several other companies.
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Thanks what's the name of the article and I'll read up on it.

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No! If you can't understand that much I think you need to reenter the 1st grade and draw it up for yourself in crayon.

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Newbie stuff. Just go get a brake line kit from 4 wheel dipshits or something and get it done.

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http://www.mor4wd.com/refer.asp?Page...iews.asp&ID=33 is a link to the write up. I believe there is one in the tech/faq section of this site as well.
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4wheelparts only sells the procomp kit with front and rear lines- so if they are just looking for the rear lines wheelers or camburg is more cost effective place to get them.
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Unless his stance is like a stink bug I would think he needs front and rear. LOL

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come on dick, you should know that you can't change the amount of ifs travel!
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Thanks atwinda
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I'm in the processes if lifting the rear of the taco. I know I will need to get a rear brake line extender. Does anyone have a write up with/out pictures so I can get this done before hand.
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Downey off road. They are sponsors here. Like $28 for the rear line.
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Downey off road. They are sponsors here. Like $28 for the rear line.
www.toyteclifts.com also has a SS brake line. Nice line and thier customer service is top notch!

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