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Old 06-29-2011
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Icon4 9" rear speed sensor and e-break questions

Hey guys,
I swapped my 9" in my 98xlt 2 weeks ago and im wanting to button it up before I start the front, I remember seeing someone modifing the internals to house the 8.8 speed sensor and signal ring, dose anyone have the link?
Also how is everyone working there e-break? And what cables are you using? Its still full with, and drum breaks. I have searched everywhere and haven't found anything, so all the help I can get would be greatly appreciated!

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This is a little off topic but why the 9”er, why not stick to an 8.8 ?
Is there much difference between them ?

I have a LvL II 8.8 31 spline so it isn’t a biggy for me, just need to get the Disc Brakes figured out but was just wondering.

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The 9" I have from an old project my dad and I sold before we finished it and it has chromo shafts, 5:13 gears, locked, basically everything but disk breaks, I wanted it because its strong, full with, and it was just collecting dust. Is there anyone that has heard of and/or used the california fun run's VSS/RABS relocation bracket and tone ring??
This makes it possible to use any axle and still have abs speed o meter and whatnot
Looks cool just want to make sure its legit

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Any one hear of the vss relocation bracket that some california company makes? I think its pre fun or somthing like that
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