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I am order a set of Kewl Metal 2 inch risers and I am wondering do i need to order 3 in clutch and throttle cable pull and push lines? And also do I need to get the 3 inch front and back brake line kit. I am ordering stainless steel lines and the guys a DLP said I would need the 3 inch clutch and throttle lines but are unsure about the brakes, I would understand the front brake line but not an ext. for the back but they only come in a kit regular or 3 +. Help me out.

http://www.directlineparts.com/byProduct.asp?prd=Brakes&str=290

http://www.directlineparts.com/byProduct.asp?prd=Cables&str=290
 

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I did the clutch and throttle cables (both ) didnt do the brake line just removed it from the block . I plan on doing it just to improve the over all braking .
 

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Ok so are you saying you changed the cables to the 3+inch and you are going to do the brakes to the 3+inch in the future. Or you just keep stock?
 

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It will work by rerouting the cables and removing the mount at the the brake line manifold (at triple tree). There is a video on here somewhere showing how to do it and reroute your cables.
 

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JG and Lee Thanks I am going to order the 3 inch plus Throttle Push/Pull and Clutch cables and the original length front and back brakes lines all in Stainless steel.
 

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The stock length brake lines work just fine. Remove the bolt that holds them behind the headlight and let the block float. I have the 2" risers on mine and the stock length stainless cables work fine. You do want the +3" clutch and throttle cables for them to fit properly.
 
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