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Superlifted and coilovers regaurding Brake lines

Do I need new brakelines for the conversion? Or just relocate the old ones?
Also I cannot find a specific answer to what limit straps to purchase?
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Brake lines are not required but defiantly help. I have used 18in ss lines with good success.

As for straps I have posted a few options. Look at my build thread and the coilover thread but it uses 10 in limit straps, seat belt double shear mounting tabs and adjustable limit strap clevis'
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