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So the swap is starting today, I'm not sure how far we will get today, but I am doing some reading on the rear brakes of the new axle. I read on Stus page about it, and it says to remove the combination/proportioning valve? Is this all that is necessary to get the brakes working like they should?
 

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I am planning the same swap, so please keep posting and put some pics on for us all. Wish I had the answer, but will be watching the post.
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I am planning the same swap, so please keep posting and put some pics on for us all. Wish I had the answer, but will be watching the post.
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No prob Tex. Ive got everything ground down and removed off of it and its at my buddies house. I get off work in half an hour and will be going over there to help him fit the brackets up. Ill try and get a few pics.
 

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I am planning on doing this swap soon. Did you weld the brackets and everything on yourself or did you buy a completed assembly? I ask because I am getting costs both ways. My understanding is you just leave the stock combination/proportioning valve in place and the brakes will work fine.
 

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Sorry, if I would have read the last post I would have seen you ground down the housing and were going to install the brackets.
 
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