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Lifting a 2006 FX4 question

I have a 2006 FX4 and have adjusted the torsion bars and put 33's on it. I am looking into lifting it and the only kit is by superlift. also i would need a driveshaft at some point it says. Is there any other modifications I would need to do? like Lengthening the brake lines on anything?
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No, the kit comes with brackets to lower your brake lines for the front and rear.
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The only other thing I can think of is that you'll want something different to lift the back... stacking blocks isn't the best way to go.
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