...and bleeding brakes while leaving the K30 hydroboost stuff alone. Looking at removing a DRW D60 front out of a truck I've got and slapping a D44 or 10B, whichever I can find first, under it to resell it back out. I did this once to the old Brown Turd I had years ago but didn't have enough time to fully go thru the brakes after I swapped a D44 in it since the new owner wanted the truck right away and said he would mess with the brakes. At that time when I got done swapping, I did a quick bleed and the pedal was still spongy even after bleeding over and over again. The new owner showed up and wanted to take it, so, I let it go. Fast forward to today. I've got a 160-something inch wheelbase 12' flatbed K30 and want to keep the D60 since no one wants to pay what I'm asking for the whole truck so I might as well keep the best thing about it and sell it for less. I don't want to do the spongy brake thing again, so, what have you guys done about brakes as far as leaving the stock hydroboost stuff alone after swapping in a D44/10B? I'm almost guessing "power bleeding" is gonna be the answer here but anything else?