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After adding a lift and extended radius arms on my 1983 Ford Ranger 4x4, the extended brake lines were no longer long enough. The solution was to drill a hole in the opposite side of the coil bucket and relocate the brake line.

You can see the difference it made in the photo below:

When the time came to lift the 1996 Ford Ranger 4x4, I repeated the same process.

You can see where I zip tied the brake line to the shock to keep it from getting pinched in the coil spring.

 

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