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man...... here we go........
When I bought it.....
I towed it to the house because the brakes don't really work. When I was backing it into my garage at 3mph, I had to stand on the brakes to get it to stop. The pedal was very firm. My first thought was to redo all 4 brakes. I got the first caliper off and decided that I should get the brakes working, then re firb them. As the truck currently sits with the two front tires off and one caliper off..... With one caliper (front passenger) off and spinning the other tire, when the brakes are applied, the tire doesnt stop and the piston on the caliper doesnt move at all with firm pressure. I jacked up the rear end and spun those tires. With the brakes applied, I got the tires to sort of slow down a little. That is where I am at right now. Sorry for the essay....
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