Had a Teraflex S/T3 put on and was going back through their work once I got it back. They put the brake line drop brackets on backwards and it was scraping the sway bar. Reversed them the correct way but now I have a new concern with the Falcons larger diameter body.
I know usually there's not much that can be done to avoid the rubber line section from rubbing the shock body and I will split some fuel line or loom to protect the line itself. But my concern now is how close the hard line section is to the shock body, and the angle that it would impact it at under compression. it seems the shock will push the rubber out of the way but when it gets to the hard fitting it could damage it.
Am I safe to bend it slightly by hand as outlined in red doing my best to avoid kinks. I don't think there's enough room to put a hand bender on it but really worried about a compound bend switching the direction by hand damaging or kinking. The other side is a little more drastic but same problem.
Any thoughts or suggestions other than swapping to a full soft or braided line to remove hard line section in question. Pics Below.