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why don't you just measure your own? then add whatever you were going to add to accommodate the lift
 

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I figured the most accurate measurement wouldn't be with them still on and since I didn't want to remove one to find that out I thought I'd ping the community.
 

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Unless you have done a body lift there is no need. Most people have longer flexlines made when lifting their rigs instead of replaceing their brake lines.
 

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Try search I know I have listed the lengths for another member about a year ago.
 

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if you unbolt them at the frame and make a drop bracket you'll have enough length. the hard lines have enough length you can pull them down a few inches.
 
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