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Woohoo, new parts!!

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Doing the big brake swap and shocks tomorrow after work. :cookoo:

Still gotta pick up the GM wheel cylinders (and Speedbleeders to fit; I already have them up front) and some cheap fluid to flush the lines before I put in some Amsoil.

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Geez, It's like I was watching a hunting program..............with the shameless pimping of certain products!!!!!!:duh::2cents:Not arguing, just saying.:smart:

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Oh right, I forgot - all the parts were comped and I didn't pay for anything at all, so that's a totally appropriate comparison. :rolleyes:I guess I should have Photoshopped over all the logos, and converted the pics to greyscale, and instead put up with questions from people who want to know what they're looking at.

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Those are some perdy parts! I can't imagine needing better brakes, the stock ones are pretty bad-arse!

These are stock '03+ brakes. I put this in the wrong forum. :doh: Your brakes are a direct swap to '00-02 trucks, you just need the rotors, pads, and caliper brackets. Can someone move this to the 98-02 forum please?

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I can't imagine what it would be like to drive a 2nd gen that can actually stop.

mine has always stopped very well even in emegency situations. cant say i would not mind havig bigger ones for towing bu i belive the ex brake has taken care of that. but borrowing from AH64ID thems some perdy parts.

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These are stock '03+ brakes. I put this in the wrong forum. :doh: Your brakes are a direct swap to '00-02 trucks, you just need the rotors, pads, and caliper brackets. Can someone move this to the 98-02 forum please?

Done... :thumb1:

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