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Old 05-22-2011, 02:59 AM Top   #1 (permalink)
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Found this on the net.
Internal brakesystem by Glenndyne Design, real clean IMO
They do awesome paint jobs to ...

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Very cool indeed , tho I question the wisdom of running the brake fluid through the axle..

Heat build up from the wheel bearings , then add heat from the brake fluid, and on and on...

Not to mention changing a tire and having to bleed the brakes every time..

Guess if ya got the green for a set up like that , whats a couple hundred for labor plus a tire.
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Very cool indeed , tho I question the wisdom of running the brake fluid through the axle..

Heat build up from the wheel bearings , then add heat from the brake fluid, and on and on...

Not to mention changing a tire and having to bleed the brakes every time..

Guess if ya got the green for a set up like that , whats a couple hundred for labor plus a tire.

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It is different and cool but...
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x3 thats a lot o work for a tire swap. cool though
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