Hydraulics are not magic. Unless there is a baloon on the system, or a pretty massive leak, they will maintain pressure.
I suppose it could be found that the calipers are being pulled away from the rotor and you need to push them back down, but I'd think that would be a pretty significant defect.
Brakes are F-ed they just ground them down for the 5th time, they have replaced thus far in the rear: The rotors, the pads, one halfshaft, an oil seal, and turned the rotors down 5x. I'm over it entirely.
That's air in the master or brake lines. It's criminal to send out a vehicle like that, and even more criminal for them to not immediately bleed the brakes when you come in, and more criminal yet if it's more than one truck that has this problem.
It's the ABS pumps automatically controlling the brakes, Who says "maintenance store" are you an AI from another planet?
EDIT: I'm in a pissy mood today, and not paying attention to my spelling See below...
So if you made the rules, you’d be correct. I’m certain you could work out a fair compensation deal with the forum masters if you were building some obscure part. I made billiard ball shifters for focus st’s and sold them on the forum without so much as a peep from administration.
That address is also the same as the UPS store :) Someone figured out how to make money by selling ads and facilitating the sale of car parts. I say more power to them! Though I doubt a single forum covers it's own expenses.
That makes sense. The Raptor F150 has a factory LSD up front, I was thinking the Ranger Raptor may have an LSD factory. If by "the same as our housing" do you mean, physical size and shape or do you mean guts included are the same (meaning no LSD in the Raptor Ranger)?
I don't disagree with what you stated, however, vendors do make up a non-insignificant revenue stream in addition to ads.
AdBlock doesn't take away Vendor revenue.
I also don't disagree with the group buy statement, but unfortunately "Them's the rules"
Unfortunately Forums don't pay for themselves, vendors do. The gear that this thread is talking about looks awesome, I'd like to see them pay their vendor dues to get a proper group buy going.
595 isn't that bad for a set of decent steel sliders, but I'm sure a proper group buy on this forum...
Precisely why I did not recommend mesh anything. Someone said they had 3 wired Ubiquiti and 2 Mesh ones, I'd suspect they perform fairly well, but there is truly no replacement for a hard wired connection be it copper of glass.
The Ford test track in Deerborn MI has some mesh nodes. They work...
My point is I can probably get an OEM Torsen for cheaper than going ARB with the added cost of the compressor, inconvenience of figuring out where to place it, and having to mess with it. I like the idea of having the compressor, just not everything that goes with it. The OEM one is probably...
I have used the same method described with xacto knives or if you don't want to burn anything you could go around it with a small sharp wood chisel until it pops out, then clean up the edge with a razor knife.
I personally used the "Open my wallet and buy factory equipped tow package truck"...