I took this to mean that you liked the brackets on the brake lines, now I see you are talking about the "ends".
I will remove the clunky brackets from the middle as you mentioned today.
Got any pics of the brake lines?
Sway bar/brackets install pics?
Not sure if this one from Jsweezy is helping. My brake line comes out of the hole behind the shock, a'la e-series..
Pictured above was the original way we did the brake lines (Jsweezy's was the first conversion documented...converting my van from a Quadvan to my kit, I didn't have to do much of this since it was already done to start). After a bit of experience, we started routing the lines to where the eseries lines come out at the spring bucket. The Fseries lines come with the bracket you can see at the end. I think I remember swapping the left for the right so they line up better with the van brake line. Anyway... good that you brought this up. It's a minor detail that gets lost in the grand scheme.
Yup.....this is the setup that Boulder offroad did for me. Larger sway bar mounted on a custom made bracket, at first there were end links, but after breaking a weld and removing the sway bar down in Baja, I had them add in disconnects when I returned. They swing up and connect to the upper pins
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