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Toyota sr5 brakes slip

1991 toyota sr5 4x4 brakes slip. We just changed the pads and the rotors in the front. Bled the system, good hard pedal but the brakes don't grab. Was originally told the rotor was glazed, but that is obviously not the problem now.
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Joe

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    The brake pedal is going all the way down but the brake isn't grabbing.

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Did you adjust the rear brakes?

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