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i have a 93 3.0 pickup, i bought it off a guy that put a 4" suspention lift and i guess he just didnt want to have rear brakes by not doing anything about the load sensor. is there any way of making the brakes work with out having to fab a new rod for the increase in height. i dont really haul anything, i pull a boat every once and while buts not more than 2 miles any suggestions.
 

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there is supposed to be an adapter plate for the load sensor arm it is just a piece of flat stock that bolts to the axle housing, and the the arm attaches to the plate. You can make on out of an decent flat stock as long as it is not flimsy. just drill the holes to raise the arm 3-4 inches, voila!

sorry, could not find a good pic to link to.
 

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Just tie the arm of the LSPV up to the frame and you'll have full brake pressure.
 
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