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02-09-2011 09:48 PM
rketr I run a Hydroboost system from Vanco.

Had to upgrade to this 'cause of the 41x14.50 tires, added weight of the 1 ton axles, newly added 4 wheel disc brakes, etc. Stock master cylinder could only push out about 10% power vs. the stock jeep setup. Adding this put me back to where stock braking power should be.
02-09-2011 08:30 PM
OnlyClutch
Advice on brakes

Hello! My brakes are breakin, but not in a good way. So i thought if i have to get new ones, why go to the next level and get some performance brakes for off roading!?

What do you use? And why?

I have an 02 sport and i also use it as my daily driver.

Thanks!

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