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Old 04-07-2012, 03:09 PM
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The truck stops nicely and in a straight line. The front calibers are GM stock calibers (not sure the year?) that came with the front conversion kit from Classic Performance Parts. I'm assuming that the rears should at least show some wear on the rotors if the pads are working. I understand the front has more stopping power which is evident in my case. I guess my question is how do I get the rear calipers to apply more stopping that what they actually do now. I'm assuming that the Proportion valve being wide open would allow the most pressure of brake fluid to the calipers? I appreciate the info, it's good info...
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