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3" BL + lvl spring?

Okay so I have a 3" BL on and my front springs sagging. I was going to replace them with lvlin ones and I was wondering would I need longer brake lines for this? It would be about 1" 1/2 - 2" lift in front. Any ideas?
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you shouldnt. not enough of a change.
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thats what i was thinkin becuase dont the lines run from the master cylinder which i connected to the frame...and BL...yeah nm i got it thanks
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