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Has anyone here converted their blaster to hydraulic front and rear brakes from the standard front shoes and rear pads?? if so is it hard to do?

-Mike

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No, not me at least. there is a guy back east who makes the complete kit but I could never make myself part with the cash. It is quite spendy...Keep the pads sanded or even try a different brand- that'll help some. I used the front brakes a lot too, they work fairly well.

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