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Thread: 4 wheel drive

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    Recently removed all abs systeme now I have no 4X4 tried everything but no go. Any Ideas would be helpfull

    Thanks Big Rick

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    Welcome to the club, Rick. Why did you remove your ABS?
    :cool:

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    Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm........


    What year/kind of truck?
    When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Rick View Post
    Recently removed all abs systeme now I have no 4X4 tried everything but no go. Any Ideas would be helpfull

    Thanks Big Rick
    2002 sub modified engine putting out 630hp at wheels with 676lbs torque. original brakes would not stop

    went with 6piston willwoods..

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    Understand! Well if the 4wd front axle and transfer case are stock it doesn't matter if the 4x4 works, because with that much HP the 4wd won't last very long!!

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    the transfer case diff drive shafts and trani modified to take it........BIG RICK

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    Unless you're holding the gas down while trying to stop, HP and Torque have nothing to do with stopping.

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    I am assuming its an auto 4wd, but after fuses you might look into whether or not the push button 4wd relies on the wheel sensors in its engaging.
    David
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