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I haven't had a problem with dash lights yet. Those 1 ton cylinders work really well.
 

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Thanks JT! It would be nice to run those, if they do work well. Can always use the extra breaking when pulling the boat. :thumbsup:

Anyone else running these have some input?
 

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You should not have a brake warning light after swapping these out. Only way you would is if the proportioning valve is out of position from air in the rear lines. Once everything is bled correctly the light will go out.
 

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I did the install a year and half ago, no issues with them or any light at all.
 

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Only times I've heard about the light coming on is when the installer allows the brake fluid level to go too low while bleeding setting off the warning.
On some years the light will stay on for 50 engine start/stop cycles or until it's erased with a code reader.
 

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That all makes sense to me.....

Thanks guys!
 

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I did the install a year and half ago, no issues with them or any light at all.
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I did the wheel cyld convertion awhile back along with new shoes , hardware , and new drums .New every damn thing.
At least on my truck ( btw my truck has the stupid rear axel load sensing arm / valve gismo ) there was not a Huge improvment. It stopped good however , just not huge better.

still glad i found the info here and did it .
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