|03-14-2006 05:47 PM|
|matt167||a cheap way would to take a ball valve of the correct NPT size and put it in the line to the rear by double flaring and putting 2 new ends on, with the inverted flare adapters, thread it up tight, when you want them off, close the ball valve, and no rear brakes.|
|03-14-2006 04:31 PM|
|03-14-2006 11:57 AM|
|curtis73||Put a line-loc on the front. Its an electric valve that holds brake pressure on the front after you let off the brake. Rear wheels are free to do as they please.|
|03-14-2006 11:22 AM|
disabling rear drum brakes
I have a 72' Chevelle with rear drums and front discs. Can anyone tell me a quick an easy way to disable the rear drums for a burnout then enable them fairly quickly again?
Thanks for the help!