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Does anyone else, who has the conversion kit, notice that when playing in the mud, sometimes you have to pump the hand brake a few times to get the brakes to grab? I just intalled them a few weeks ago, but I noticed it the first time I got in the mud and noticed it again yesterday. It does not do it when I am riding normal, they work perfect. I don't know if I need to try and bleed the brakes again or what.
 

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That's what i would think, Try to bleed them again, But it sounds weird you say they act right when normal riding but when you mud ride they don't... that's crazy
 

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Yeah that is just how I feel, crazy. I don't know. I am going to try and bleed them again today, just to see. Hopefully it will work out. Other than that, they are awesome!!!!
 

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I have disc kit on my 98 foreman & this happens to me also.The caliper is sliding back in the housing causing you to pump the brakes to get rid of the extra clearance between the pads & the rotor.It will get your attention the first time this happens,but you will get use to it.I did.Moon
 

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Cool. There is no way to fix this?? I have already got used to it. Oh well
 

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My foreman does it and it has factory disks.
 
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