Are my Brakelines okay after slider install (1 Viewer)

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Hello,
I've installed my new Bump It Offroad step sliders today, and it was fairly easy using using jack stands. I'm not sure how best to avoid the brakelines that run along the frame on the drivers side, but have used bolts as spacers to move the lines out of the way of the U- bolts. The rear U- bolt is the most difficult and I have wrapped it in orange tape that is seen in the photos. It misses the U-bolt by a mm. Not sure how others have done avoided the lines?
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You could also wrap your brake lines where they are run by the U-bolt with a sliced open piece of fuel line. To hold it in place use some RTV.

Just an idea to give you some peace of mind as well as function.
 
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I just got my BIO step sliders installed last weekend, we just bent the tab a little bit to help. I am going to go back and do some rubber hose that is a good idea.
 

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