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    Fresh Catch bryanheidkamp1987's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Looks like you straightened out the rigid line somehow. Also the new steel braided line should go behind the shock. Here’s my driver side.

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    Edit: was your Jeep lifted already before you got it? Looks like you have a drop bracket on your brake line that shouldn’t be there from factory.

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    Yea its whatever lift was on when I bought from the dealer...thinking rough country but not sure...so ok I need to go get the oem bracket I guess I knew something wasn't looking right

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    Oh wait just looked at your picture again no need for the oem bracket I just need to straighten out that hardline and hopefully not break it
    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Looks like you straightened out the rigid line somehow. Also the new steel braided line should go behind the shock. Here’s my driver side.

    Attachment 336499


    Edit: was your Jeep lifted already before you got it? Looks like you have a drop bracket on your brake line that shouldn’t be there from factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanheidkamp1987 View Post
    Oh wait just looked at your picture again no need for the oem bracket I just need to straighten out that hardline and hopefully not break it

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    Yup. Just get rid of that other drop bracket and bolt the evo bracket in its place. Be very careful with that rigid line. Would suck to have to replace that


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    Thankyou for the pics and the help I knew things weren't looking right!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    Yup. Just get rid of that other drop bracket and bolt the evo bracket in its place. Be very careful with that rigid line. Would suck to have to replace that


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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanheidkamp1987 View Post
    Thankyou for the pics and the help I knew things weren't looking right!!!

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    No problem. Was in a middle of a tire rotation anyway so perfect time for pics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bryanheidkamp1987 View Post
    Doesn't seem right to me not sure what I'm missingAttachment 336486

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    Is that a bowl of blood?


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    It looks like it doesn't it
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    Is that a bowl of blood?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford33 View Post
    Man I really like the stance. It doesn’t look like it’s sagging all to much in the pic.


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    Loaded down this weekend after installing the PS tire carrier and Vector Offroad GGB cargo tray in the rear... ended up with a little sag after allIMG_8479.jpgIMG_8480.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by PokerStogey View Post
    Loaded down this weekend after installing the PS tire carrier and Vector Offroad GGB cargo tray in the rear... ended up with a little sag after allIMG_8479.jpgIMG_8480.jpg


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    Yeah not to bad. Thanks for the pic! I like your HE>i sticker haha I have one on mine too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PokerStogey View Post
    Loaded down this weekend after installing the PS tire carrier and Vector Offroad GGB cargo tray in the rear... ended up with a little sag after allIMG_8479.jpgIMG_8480.jpg


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    I told you. lol


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