I actually did this two weeks ago, but I had trouble with my digital camera /forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif About 6-months ago I picked up a 14FF w/3.21 gears in hopes to improve the mileage on my 4.10-geared Burb. I probably wouldn't be able to install it until I could drive the other truck - but what the heck, the price was right. Over the past month, I had developed a leaky wheel cylinder on my Burb, so it was time to do the brakes. Personally I like the modular approach to vehicle repair, so I decided to serve up a complete 14FF for the job /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif Being the cheap bastard I am, scavenged enough junk off two other 14FFs to make one good set of 1-ton 13x3.5" brakes. The only new parts I bought were two hard lines, and two hub seals. Installation was a breeze... re-used the same spring plates, re-used the e-brake cables from the 14SF, and the driveshaft & u-joint even bolted right up. Only thing that bugged me was the load-sensitive PV valve. It wasn't going to sit at the right same height with the bigger rear end, so I tied it up out of the way and hoped for the best. Seems to work okay... actually - with those big drums - it works great! Easy to kiss the steering wheel if you're not careful /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif Can't speak for mileage yet... haven't been able to drain the tank this month! /forums/images/graemlins/rotfl.gif (I'll keep y'all posted) Oh yeah... pics!