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    Cant be done that way in the automotive world...

    Cant be done that way in the automotive world Jeff. The systems still require the air to be pushed from reservoir to the bleeder and out. There is only one way to insure the trapped air will be...
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    That looks great! That is going to pop your eyes...

    That looks great! That is going to pop your eyes out when you hit the brakes.
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    It sounds like you are on track. I would call...

    It sounds like you are on track. I would call Brennan's Garage and ask them what proportioning valve set up they recommend. If they don't know, something like this will work well.
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    TJones has great experience with disc brake CJ's....

    TJones has great experience with disc brake CJ's. He might jump in here. There are a few places that sell Disc Brake conversions. The technical staff at those places are a great place to find out how...
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    True you could get by without one. On a big hill...

    True you could get by without one. On a big hill it may just turn the engine over. You will not be able to idle in neutral on anything but flat road. If you had a P.T.O. or other device that requires...
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    The original e-brake works by holding the...

    The original e-brake works by holding the driveshaft. It is independent of the brakes at the wheel. What is on the back of the transfer case now? Take a picture, lets see whats there.
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    alove, this has come up before. I think there was...

    alove, this has come up before. I think there was general agreement that in the long run, the original transfer case mounted emergency brake was the way to go.
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