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SPIDER TRAC-rear disc set up

I have one installed. Without the P-valve installed or the lines crossed in front,I had some braking action in high range,none in low range[v-6 and low gears/with automatic].I installed the P-valve and crossed the brake lines so that the front and rear systems are seperate and now I have no brakes.I have opened all the bleeder screws and let drip what the would over 1 hour,I used a one man bleeder system using a bottle again 1 hour,and I have insulted its family tree.Any ideas what else I can do to get the fluid running.Left rear runs great,Right rear does drip good,Right and Left front very little drips out.There is some,but very few drips a minute.Thanks,RR

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Re: SPIDER TRAC-rear disc set up

Did you mess up the line swap up front? When I swapped to disc I clamped one of my lines with a u-bolt
check to make sure nothing got nailed. If you crossed the wrong lines that could do it.

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Re: SPIDER TRAC-rear disc set up

thanks glenn,after church, I will start tracking down the lines,see if any thing got pinched,RR

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