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Old 04-15-2019, 08:17 AM
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Originally Posted by cleburne red View Post
Taking about stuck bleeders. When I did my lift I had to bleed my brakes after installing the brake line extensions. Eventually had to remove the caliper, put it in my vise, and turn the bleeder out with a pair of vise grips.

I removed the abs module years ago, so conventional bleeding worked for me
What did you use to balance the front and back, a proportioning valve some where? Got any pics of where you mounted it, etc,?
 
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by eshaw View Post
What did you use to balance the front and back, a proportioning valve some where? Got any pics of where you mounted it, etc,?
Installed a "t" type fitting, but no proportioning valve needed. I didn't change to rear disc or anything, just removed the abs module and reconnected the hoses. I'll try to get a pic up later today when I get home.

I don't remember all the details exactly, it was early on after I got the truck. About 8 years ago. Had my dad helping me at the time
 
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