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Thread: Longer rubber brake lines...where to buy?

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    For anyone that's done shackle reversal and springover, how much longer did you go with the rubber flex line going from the frame to the axle (rear) or the frame to the spindles?
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    haven't done one on a m715 but i lifted a 74 chev 6 inches and got longer rubber lines from Springfield Brake Co. in Springfield Mo. 1-800-333-2725 or 417-862-9233, hope that helps. they can make lines. larry

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    Thanks Larry...I'll check them out tomorrow! I've been digging into it more too this evening and found one of the 4x4 rags had an add for a place and I went to their site. They had Earls and Russel stuff but nothing was in stock. I checked Summit and they have different models and lengths in stock.
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    I thought about just hooking two together, with a bungee in the middle to keep it out of the way and also allow it to flex if needed. No spring over, just planning for more flex in the future.
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