Calblitzen wrote:Great thread 26, have read it all from start to finish. Like the idea of the rear discs, had them standard on my old GQ and it would pull up well. Also great for stopping after a river crossing. Very interested in the diff swap as it would be much better in low range. Like you I have a very steep driveway and have at times required to use low range to get up. It's a must for reversing the camper up. As I have a newer model and am unable to do the 2wd low range mod, is another reason I like the diff ratio swap.
hvac guy wrote:Did they use the brake bias valve as well
ABS WITH EBD
Triton 4WD’s 4-sensor, 4-channel, Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS) delivers lock-free braking power and control. Even
in emergency braking conditions on slippery or uneven
roads you’ll be able to steer safely around obstacles without
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) actively monitors
different wheel speeds and evenly distributes brake pressure
across the front and rear wheels depending on vehicle load.
Under heavier loads, EBD provides shorter braking distances
while enhancing overall control. ABS is available as standard
on GLX-R and GLS and optional on GLX models.
Four wheel power assisted brakes
Front Ventilated discs, single piston calipers
Rear Drums, leading and trailing shoes with Load Sensing Proportioning Valve
ABS with EBD available on all models (When fitted, ABS with EBD replaces Load Sensing Proportioning Valve)
Lunny wrote:with brake pads and calipers.... pushing the brake pedal too...
trouble wrote:And when Emu Twins see this
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