The factory early Jeep 9-inch drum brakes are always problematic. They don't work all that great and are a pain in the butt to adjust. For some reason no fluid is reaching the front brakes, so I couldn't bleed them. I inspected the hard lines for kinks and didn't find any problems. I suspect the insides of the front wheel cylinders have become a solid clump of rust. Or maybe it's just the front brakes rejecting the neon-orange spray paint on the steering knuckles.