Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Damariscotta Maine
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yeah, crimp the break line and crack the bleeder if its that important to get where you are going. Also, could just crack the bleeder and loose all front brakes, probably stupid especially towing, but will get you to closest store/help. If that didn't work and it is a stuck caliper then possible release pressure and pry the pads back with a screw driver.
no tools? not sure how to help you, but I always carry tools.
Situation is probably over with now, how did it turn out? hope you figured something out!
1997 F250 7.3 5 speed, 3.55s, D60, 4" Diamond Eye Exhaust, Napa Intake Filter, E-Fuel, 35" bfg mt's, stage 2 rosewoods/tuning, Gauges
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