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Re: Putting a Cummins into a Chevy.

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FC Andy

06-03-2011 05:55:01
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One guy lower down mentions using your Ford. Well, IMHO, the Ford is a heavier built truck and has BETTER BRAKES ! I'm not sure on how the brakes were on a '94 Chevy, but on my '97 K2500, the anti-lock will go off on dry pavement. Those trucks simply don't stop when they absolutely need to. If You remember and accomodate that fact, they are fine. I never worried about that with My '89 F-150. It always stopped.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

06-03-2011 17:17:45
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 Re: Putting a Cummins into a Chevy. in reply to FC Andy, 06-03-2011 05:55:01  
If you pull the anti lock wheel speed sensors out of the front hubs and buff all of the rust off where the sensor goes, it will stop doing that. There was a recall on that. Paint the bare metal before you put the sensors back in.



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FC Andy

06-03-2011 19:29:19
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 Re: Putting a Cummins into a Chevy. in reply to Brian Jasper co. Ia, 06-03-2011 17:17:45  
I'll Have to try that sometime, thanks for the Info. -Andy



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Walter Buller

06-03-2011 06:50:07
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 Re: Putting a Cummins into a Chevy. in reply to FC Andy, 06-03-2011 05:55:01  
Thanks for the advice, but I leave the anti-lock stuff disconnected. I decide how much pressure to apply to my brake pads, not some stupid computer.



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