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    Lift parts

    Quote Originally Posted by MSJKU11 View Post
    Thanks for the offer. I didn't think about brackets. No issues with a 3 inch lift? Any added benefit for going straight to new extended lines as far as articulation goes?

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    They drop the mounting point 3” but stainless brake lines are cooler
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    They drop the mounting point 3” but stainless break lines are cooler
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    You can have them if you want them


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    I'm on a budget so I can pass on cooler right now haha. I'll pm you

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