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Old March 14th, 2010, 09:28 PM   #1
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We are planning on putting a chevy 350 in a jeep grand cherokee and we are just trying to see what we can get rid of to make more room. the jeep will be strickly for dune use and we dont need abs. if we take out the abs module and hook up the lines direct from the booster will everything work ok. I would think that it would need some sort of proportioning valve for front to rear bias. Anybody know anything about it?
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yes, chop chop, the ABS Unit is not a pump just a valve, all the other hardware, IE calipers, roaters, and master cylander, are all the same as non ABS modles.
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