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Spindle Lift Questions (brake lines)

i was planning on putting my new spindles in, but i decided against it after my neighbor told me i should set aside an entire day instead of about 4-6 hours. So my first question is does anyone know how long it takes to put these in? my second question i was thinking that after i pop out the ball joints, will they be reusable? and my third question is that the same neighbor told me that i will need to extend the brake lines. I've never heard this from anyone or on any forum in about a year of researching these spindles. he may be right, but the only thing I've heard in the way of brakes is to just make sure that the brake itself is not dangling by the brake line while putting the new spindle in. so will i need to extend the brake lines? and my final question is will i need to grind anything to get the same turing radius as when it was stock? I've heard only a little bit about this but again help would be awesome thanks guys
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