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post #1 of 6 Old 01-21-2012, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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ABS Sensor extensions?

Does anyone make these?? I have a 2007 JK I extended the brake lines but I think I still need to extend ABS sensors. Any help/advice would be appreciated

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just cut the factory zip-ties and re-route them
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just cut the factory zip-ties and re-route them
That's what I did. They are pretty long so I ziptied them to my extended break lines. No issues at full droup on my very flexi suspension.

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I did that to one but I think it still looks tight I might have to re look at it as if you both are not having issues maybe I am just thinking I will and there might not be a issue there.

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I have the RK 5.5 long arm suspension and have yet to install bump stops. With the long legs I can still stuff the tires into the fender wells. I just disconnected the stock mounting bracket and fixed them to my extended break lines. At full stuff, the extended side still has an inch or so of play. Been running this setup for almost 3 years.

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There is a ton of spun up wire. Here is how I extended my fronts.

www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=49247

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