while your thinking of updating to disk brakes, think boneyard. I picked up
an 03 Mustang hydroboost from the jyard. using the stock pedal and swing
arm, I made a bracket to mount it in the stock location. so filling it will
be the same, I would need to re-adjust the location a bit, but due to carpet
& interior I will probably use the plastic squeeze bottle. my truck is far
from being done. you can see the bracket and hydroboost here
the small size of the hydroboost allows it to sit next to the tranny. total
cost was $175. not including all new stainless lines.
58 3100 Apache project
59 3800 Panel 4sale
>From: wayne osborne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: wayne osborne <email@example.com>
>Subject: [oletrucks] master cylinder
>Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 05:36:30 -0400
>Finally gonna bit the bullet and get front disk brakes, gonna go the
>non-power route. For those who have done this, when mounting the master
>cylinder on the bracket, appears this would move the entire unit to the
>rear quiet a bit. How do you handle adding fluid as it appears it may be
>past the hole in the floorboard for adding fluid. What ingenious methods do
>you use to add fluid.
>Appears I'm going with Jim Carter on this one for the purchase, I can get
>the entire kit,including all hardware for a bit over 500. My reasoning is:
>I need to rebuilt the brakes, I put a rebuild kit in the master cylinder
>last year but feel a full replacement is now necessary, also checked wheel
>cylinder prices for the front--about 40 apiece. I need new lines and want
>to put the taper bearing on so adding all this up for just a bit more I can
>put the disc brakes on....
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