Replaced Brakes On All Four Now The Front Are Locking Up?

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  1. 35th Poohtang99

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    1999 Mustang 35th Anniversary Edition
     
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    So it says in your sig.
     
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    huh,that one appeals to my taste. is that factory or aftermarket? where do i get that buper cover lol
     
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    Are you saying you don't like the bumper?
     
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    no, i want the struggle buggy bumper.
     
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    A lot of times it is a bad rubber flex line, when they get old the inside of the line swells (usually were the metal strap is) and brake fluid is forced through the swelled line but there is no pressure pushing the fluid back to the master cylinder.
     
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