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Unread 01-13-2012, 07:18 AM   #50
Triple T BBQ
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Originally Posted by BBQ Bandit View Post
Question... hydraulic brake lines? As in surge brakes?

Wouldn't an electric brake set-up be a better cost-effective direction instead of running hydraulic lines, brake cylinders, and a master cylinder?
It already had hydraulic brakes on it which were shot. I priced out going hydraulic DISC brakes which were on sale and it was the same price as doing electric drum brakes so I with the disc brakes for a little bling. It also has a reserve lock out function so I can back up hills without the surge brake master getting in the way. If it doesn't work the way I want I can always pull them off and put them on my atv trailer too. Thanks!
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