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I lifted my Ram 5", but retained the stock brake lines. I know the brake lines were relocated when the lift was installed. I know I should replace them with steel braided brake lines, due to the huge 35" rubber I added. Is it necessary to get extended brake lines as well??? :dunno:

Jason,

You Flex your Ram pretty good, are you running extended brake lines?

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Tunis,

I have been looking high and low for these things and noone seems to have a listing for them that I can find. Someone said that Russell makes them but all I found on their side was a listing for 95-97 with a 4 inch lift. I do not know if these will work with any other years or not. I have not have time to call and ask.

I would also be a little worried about running them since I had a set of Russell lines on my Mustang at one point and when i went to upgrade my brakes the lines snapped off with very little pressure on them.

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I talked to the guy at http://www.brakeco.com and he said stainless braided "kit" for lifted Rams is available for $95. If you talk to him, please let him know you heard about him from this site.
 

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Jason,

Is that $95 for a pair or an entire set of 4? Keep me posted... :D:
 

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Not sure how much longer, I asked him about a 3" lift and he just said "Lifted kits avaialble for $94.95"

The kit is all three lines. One for each caliper and one rear one fromt eh frame to the distribution block at the axle vent.
 
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