It's fuzzy, but my recollection is that Cady's open rear and 4-channel ABS/TC independently reads and feeds all 4 sides straight from the module, whereas the Impala SS with its "locked together" LSD design has the 3-channel design only sensing a single signal from the rear.
Sure the fronts are the same for B- and D-. I think it'll only take me the concentration to find the spec of both ends of the back stock hoses (size, angle, single-double flame, etc.) and track down a quality outfit willing to swedge up a set in s.s. braided. But hearing about DOT-approved makes it understandable why most places might shy away from doing a set - especially if not seeing much of a market. Another thought if finding out what the oem ends are = mashing up a pair using a compatible application eh. Lord help me if it turns out a Kia. Or Ford.
EDIT: Important to clarify I am interested in -->retaining<-- ABS/TC, v. others here are interested in deleting it/them.
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