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ferdi. in theory fluid not in suspension or under pressure would move to front, but the front suspension COMPRESSES under braking, so any hydraulic fluid would be forced into back. to raise the car at the front, would require considerable pressure pushing fluid from the rear to the front .that is why i cannot work it out