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Old 08-20-2010, 12:23 PM
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So, with the rear lift finally going on soon, I need to find some extended brake lines.

I'd like stainless steel braided ones and will probably replace all of the soft hose lines at once. Anyone have an opinion on who to buy them from? Also, what length should I get if I have a 4-5"+ lift over stock on a BJ44?

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Slee sells them.
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He starts at 1993. Does this work for post 8/80 40 series?
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Maf or Sor, Sor has 2" extended stainless, and MAF has 4+" stainless

or you can get the 84 toyota truck rubber ones, They are factory PU length but have 6+" longer than the 40 series!
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He starts at 1993. Does this work for post 8/80 40 series?
SOR = Specter Off-Road Scroll to the bottom for their stainless steel brake line set.

MAF = Man-A-Fre They have lots of options too.

Probably plenty of other places that have them too. It's amazing how many FJ40 parts vendors there are now.
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I knew about SOR and MAF, but thought i'd support local if I could. I was going to go for 4"+ and stainless so maybe MAF is the way to go. I'll also call AAI Speed Shop as i still need to measure full droop with the new rears on(coming soon).

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I use Rex and Mark, For my race stuff and custom work! Great guys with great customer service!
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Who are rex and mark?

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trigger pulled... MAF had 8" over stock for my year that also fit an FJ60 axle set (future project) for $109. TimzToy and I are going to do the swap shortly if anyone wants to get a wreching day together...

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