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Re: Brake troubles

From: Steve Hobby
Email: junkmail@just Servers.com
Remote Name: 68.192.249.7
Date: May 31, 2003

Comments

I've done two conversions to disc. One was with junk yard parts and the other with AAJ. Smitty is right, they are easy. I have had this problem before with an old car. It very well be contaminated fluid. The crap in the lines gets back in the relief valve in the master and clogs it up, leaving presure on the brakes. After a few minutes they are fine again? If so, it's not Rogers fault. You need to drain the fluid out of all the wheels, rears too, flush the system with denatured alcholhol (Spelling) and run some new DOT 2 through the system. I mean lots of it. If you can get your hands on a presure bleeder it will save hours and do a better job. I had this problem with the junk yard conversion I did on an Imperial. It was a PITA, but it was worth the work. Get some experienced help to do this. It will go better and faster. Steve

 


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