i have a feeling this topic has been covered, and if so i apologize...i cant seem to pull up anythign recent in the search and nothign in the tech links....so here is my quick question. i have a basic understanding of how the residual valve works on the brake system....i have a cruiser with a swapped in front axle with disks, and regular drum rears....now with the pressure that the residual valve puts out, it is causing my front disks to drag after a bit of driving after they heat up...if i toss the residual valve, will that loosen up the pressure on the front end? i have a feeling if i do that thouhg, that it will screw with the rear drums...right? i am planning on swappign the rears to discs and upgrading the brake system as it is, but i have to get by with what i got for now...i dont want the system to fail on me...cause that woudl suck! do i even have to worry about it failign on me? is there anything i can do to reach a happy medium between my front and rear brakes so that i dont have to worry about premature failure for at least the next two months or so?