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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mrdrinksalil, Jan 26, 2007.
1 1/16 ?
1 1/8 ?
1 1/4 ?
1 5/16 ?
89' V3500 Hydraboost setup. Don't know the bore size.
'83 C30 hydroboost...works really good!
Do you run a prop valve?
Factory combo valve. My fronts and rears lock up at pretty much the same time...
Don't know the size but the factory master cylinder and factory prop valve with no troubles. Been running like this for about 4 years now.
i ahve that exact setup on my shop floor..... man i got to get that in there...
The stock 1/2 ton master cylinder (whatever size that is). My brakes work awesome
What about those with 1/2 front, and 14bsf, or ff, with discs?
84 3/4 master and hydroboost. stock proportioning valves. works perfect.
After I did the disc swap to the 14ff with the caddy calipers, I used a m/c from a '76-'78 eldorado and it works great. Will lock up my 37's really nice.
SO with this in mind stock eldo m/c and prop valve should be included in the RR disk brake build kit.
Only if you run a vacuum booster. That MC will not work with the Hydroboost units. For HB you need to use a MC that is in a HB application.
stock 1979 3/4 ton camper special master cylinder/booster, stock prop valve and aftermarket adjustable rear proportion valve. All stainless steel braided flex lines. Locks up my 39.5's on dry asphalt no problem.
I'm putting in a hydroboost kit !!!
i believe the one i finally stuck with was the 79 k30 MC. with the 60 i can finally lock up my tires.
Stock. no problems ad stops great.
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