I'm in the middle of installing a lift on my 75 K5. I'm going up 4" but the brake hose relocation brackets are nothing but a cheesy band aid of a fix. I know there are longer brake lines out there that I could use in the sock location without moving the hard line. Before you mention the Steel braided ones, I know about them, $90 for the kit. I may have to do that, but I was wondering if anybody used longer stock style hoses from another application that still fits. I've been poking around on NAPA's webside, stock K5 (for 75 at least) brake hose length is 19 3/4. Thats all the list for my K5. But in my search I came up with a 23" brake line off of a G20 Van that the fittings look right for $31 a side. Still not cheap, but it is NAPA, I could at least take the knowledge that this line will work in mine and get one from a cheaper store than Napa. Anybody else do this or am I the only cheapskate taking this route. Like I said I may have to get the braided lines, because thats all I can find, but I would at least try to come out with a little less cash spent but still be safe and not using my brake lines as limiting straps.