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Did The Stop-Tech Brake Line Upgrade......

Had it done along with a Pedder front end bushing kit. Main problem I have is a "soft" peddle.......too long a travel IMO. Anyway, don't think the brake line bleed is complete.........taking it back in for another bleed job. Hope that fixes it.

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might want to switch to synthetic brake fluid while yoru at it
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Had it done along with a Pedder front end bushing kit. Main problem I have is a "soft" peddle.......too long a travel IMO. Anyway, don't think the brake line bleed is complete.........taking it back in for another bleed job. Hope that fixes it.

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You probably have air still in your lines. Drive it around the block a few times and come back and bleed the brakes. I bled the hell out of mine before I drove it and it still felt a little softy/squishy. I parked it after driving it a little and bled them. Then it was all good.
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You probably have air still in your lines. Drive it around the block a few times and come back and bleed the brakes. I bled the hell out of mine before I drove it and it still felt a little softy/squishy. I parked it after driving it a little and bled them. Then it was all good.
Think you're right..........we'll see next week.


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