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Rear Callipers

I have a stock 2000 ford f 250 7.3 4X4. I hual a tractor for work and was wondering if anyone knew of upgrade callipers for the rear or I could somehow get a pair that go on the front and put them on the back. Just looking for something with more pistons and stopping power.
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Are you just going to Ignore the information you've already been given?

Do you think you know More than the people who designed your braking system?

Or is what your after so you can lock-up the rears First, because you've made them out-of-balance, when ever you want?
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I am not ignoring information. I was just asking a more specific question and seeing if it was possible.
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If I hauled something really heavy everyday, I'd make sure the brakes on the trailer were in great working order. They would also be what I would focus on upgrading. The truck stopping faster than the trailer never ends well.

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I agree. No need to have a trailor acordian fold on you lol thanks bud
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