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Don't forget the LSPV. If there's air and/or crud in it, it can cause what you're seeing. I've found that taking the axle end of it's bar off, and moving it up and down through it complete range while bleeding the LSPV helps get the crud and corruption that builds up in the valve out. It really helps. My 87 'Runner's brakes felt almost new the first time I did that. Up till then, I'd been bleeding the valve, but not moving the bar. It really breaks up a lot of crap the builds up.

Good luck!
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