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Short layovers doable from Seattle to Peru?

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We'll be flying to Lima next July and I want to know if this sounds doable. I've preliminarily looked into flights via CheapOair and such (I've used them before with no problems). Flights generally take us from Seattle to LAX on Alaska Air, then using LAN Peru into Lima. The layover in LAX is only 1 hr, 50 min. On the return, I can choose an equally short layover, where LAN flies into Dallas Fort Worth with a 1 hr 46 min. layover, and then onto Seattle on either Alaska or American. We will be checking in bags and those should go straight through to the final destinations, right? Or will I have to go through customs upon returning into Dallas? Thanks!

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