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Old 10-27-2013
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93 ranger rear anti lock questions

hello...i own a 93 ranger 3.0l and it has had issues with the antilock solnoid off and on all its life...i got the truck after it had been wrecked in the past life and repaired ...i later found out the rear brakes wernt even getting any pressures from the master due to the anti lock solinodes ......we wound up getting it functioning and all has been fine but i have never been happy with the brakeing on the truck ive done a few things but when halling a tralior is not near enough for a lil load....my next is to get crossdrilled and slotted front rotors for it with agressive pads my question is why cant i just remove the solinode set up and go back to old school manual? do you need to put in a perportional device or replace a master to a differnt out put? any thing like that?
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