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Unread 06-30-2008, 07:01 PM   #1
mij3
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1992 wrangler brake problems

I have upgraded rear disc brakes and front brakes. still have original master cylinder and proportioning valve. 35 in. tires. Bled brakes really good. Shoes and rotors appear to be just ok. Put a brand new master cylinder.
It will slow down but will not stop on a "dime". Will not lock up even in the dirt. The pedal will eventually go to the floor when you push hard enough, like there is not enough pressure to the shoes. No air in system. Does not pull what so ever.
Considering new shoes and rotors. Think it might be original master cylinder and proportioning valve which are for small tires and rear drum brakes.
Any experts out there.


Last edited by mij3; 07-01-2008 at 07:45 PM.. Reason: date
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