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You don't have to, but it's a good idea and will save your drums from wearing out too fast, rear brakes are much harder to service than your front ones. I'd recommend doing it, cheap and easy.
 

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I'm told anything up to 2", you don't need one. Been running mine without for 35M+ miles and have no problems.
 

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mudferret said:
You don't have to, but it's a good idea and will save your drums from wearing out too fast, rear brakes are much harder to service than your front ones. I'd recommend doing it, cheap and easy.
Why would the drums wear out too fast? If you don't extend the BPV bracket, doesn't that -reduce- the brake pressure to the rear? :confused:
 

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GodwinAustin said:
Will I have to relocate the BPV bracket when I install my 1.5" deaver aal?
if you have 1 1/2" of thread on that adjustment rod then no. Just make an extension bracket for a couple bucks; you'll want to lift it higher eventually ;)
 
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