I bought this L-bracket from a 4X4 shop that relocates where the brake line screws into the brake hose on each side. The shop owner who really seems to know his stuff showed me where he usually mounts them for customers, but now I'm second guessing where I put mine. First of all this bracket is an alternative to buying the longer brake hoses and it only costs me $10. My main question is that I have a 4 inch lift and the two stock rubber bumpstops in front, but I ended up mounting the brake hose bracket under the frame above the spring right next to the middle v-shaped bumpstop. How often does the leafsprings ever hit the bumpstop and when it does how much does it compress the bumpstop and does the spring ever bottom out on the frame? The L bracket hangs down about halfway the length of the v bumpstop. Also, I thought about grinding off the threads of the U bolts flush with the nuts on top.Is this a good idea? Should I get a bigger/longer bumpstop for the front anyway since I added 4 inches? If anyone else has a better idea please let me know.