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Old 12-12-2013, 07:17 PM   #1
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Steering Knuckle Compatiabilty and ABS

So a while back I had to replace my front wheel bearings, I ended up breaking one of my steering knuckles on the press. I was able to find a non abs knuckle which im still using but noticed my state inspection is in a couple months and my brake light is on due to the abs. Im asking about compatibility between newer model 2005+ knuckles and fitment on an earlier 00-04 cause the newer knuckles seem easier to find and just out of curiosity. Also, how can I not delete but disable the abs, does this have to be done through a dealership? Im assuming ecu reprogram??


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Look for a pr of '05 only spindle's. Of course you need the abs ones. I believe the "S" models are the only non abs ones. You'll need to get a pr of '05-'11 ball joints or the lower arms. Then you can use the bigger '05-'11 brakes= 10.9'' over your stock 10''er's. Or the best option is the svt kit. Its a direct bolt on, including the brake hoses. Its a worth while upgrade as your braking is massivly going to be improved. One more thing is your struts will work w/ the '05 spindle's.
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Cool thanks man! I was thinking about the svt kit but i kinda like my 15's lol. I wanted the rally brake kit to convert my rear drums but found out it was discontinued..
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Cool thanks man! I was thinking about the svt kit but i kinda like my 15's lol. I wanted the rally brake kit to convert my rear drums but found out it was discontinued..
Use the st= '05-'07 or the advance trac rear setup= 10''.
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Is the rear disc brake assembly for the 05-07 easy to come by? I would rather get everything in one shot like the kit rather than hunt down various parts. Is there any company you know of that just sells a rear disc conv kit? Would i need a master cylinder as well? I apologize for my newbness lol
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Is the rear disc brake assembly for the 05-07 easy to come by? I would rather get everything in one shot like the kit rather than hunt down various parts. Is there any company you know of that just sells a rear disc conv kit? Would i need a master cylinder as well? I apologize for my newbness lol
You'd have to hit up a wrecking yard. Use the one you have= master cylinder.
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