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*If your G Wagon is a G55 AMG or is on one of the border years and you are unsure of which option to select or don't see an option for your model, please email us your VIN number to confirm fitment and to get a price quote.
Only the front brake lines are anextensionfrom the stock lines. The stock front brake lines are the ones in question when lifting the vehicle. These rear brake lines and locker lines are roughly the same length as stock but are more durable and are a great replacement for vehicles that may have warn lines. ORC does not produce any “extensions” for the rear brake lines or locker lines - only upgraded replacements of the same length.
Front Brake Lines are included in all orders. Please select your vehicle model and if you would like to include the rear brake lines and the locker lines.
The ORC Steel Flex Extended Brake Lines and Locker Lines are an upgrade to your existing G Wagon brake lines and locker lines and help allow wheel travel during off roading with a 2" or more lift.
We recommend adding at least the front brake lines on any G Wagon that is lifted 50mm and beyond. At stock ride height, the brake lines fit perfectly but after lifting the vehicle, you may find that your front lines stretch all the way out or are even over extending when fully dropping the wheels from the body of the G Wagon. To counteract this, these extended brake lines allow for full wheel travel without the risk of a major component failure while pushing your vehicle's limits.
Each vehicle has a slightly different experience when being lifted based on the spring/shock/spacer combination, load applied onto the vehicle, and its intended use. Therefore, these extensions may not be necessary for every lift application such as those that intend to drive only on road but even so, if off roading or articulating the suspension are even a possibility, these are these are still recommended. It’s better to be safe than sorry!
To best be sure, you can buy them at the time of purchasing your lift or come back and purchase them after the fact once you (or your mechanic) have had a chance to check the extension of the stock lines.
Professional installation is recommended on all brake lines and locker lines.