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Doe the land rove come with ABS brake

Doe the land rover come with ABS brake

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I'm not sure myself but do this test, find a baron stretch of road and drive up to 40 mph, then apply the brakes very firmly to try and lock the front brakes, you will notice 1 of 2 things, if the tires lockup and screech then no ABS, if you get a grinding pulsing action that doesn't sound good, then yes you have ABS, this action allows the wheels to continue to rotate to a certain degree. Good luck

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