In this situation you're in the "cage" or "gridlock". Phono cables are thin and have high per/unit resistance. Making them longer will certainly increase it thus decreasing the cartridge output to the phonostage very often with big deal of dynamics loss and even details. If I knew your amp I would tell you more precisely if you can use long and thick speaker cables. Usually low-powered zero feedback amps can oscilate driving the long and thick runs. For high current amps it's no problem.
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