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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-27-2002, 10:01 PM
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97\' tracker 2dr vs. 4dr. brakes?

Does anyone know if the 4 door brakes will fit a 2dr tracker, as they are pathetic? Mine will not lock up no matter how hard I press the pedal, and yes, they are bled properly.



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Re: 97\' tracker 2dr vs. 4dr. brakes?

i dont know of any differences, being a 97 though, i ""THINK"" ya got anti-lock brakes on it dont ya? not sure, check into it.
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Re: 97\' tracker 2dr vs. 4dr. brakes?

You said:

"Mine will not lock up no matter how hard I press the pedal"

Yes, your ABS is working correctly! Want to lock up your brakes? Get a 95 or older Track/Kick.
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Re: 97\' tracker 2dr vs. 4dr. brakes?

It maybe possible to use the larger rear drum brakes from a GV, but you would also need to use GV axle shafts. To do that, they would need to be shortened and resplined.
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Re: 97\' tracker 2dr vs. 4dr. brakes?

'96 Tracker does not have anti-lock.
Brakes lock up easily for me if I want them to.
I don't know what year they became available -- I thought on the newer, redesigned models they were optional.
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