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Old 11-16-2013, 10:54 PM
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BRAKES?

im trying to figure out which way I want to go I have brake pedal from a ranger that I think would work booster and all or I have the setup from the 95 f150 I got. or I was thinking on just buying one of these kits
as of right now there is nothing
was wandering what the pros and cons of the kit would be im thinking on gong disc /disc but not 100% on that yet I do plan on pulling a trailer with this truck so that's a factor too
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I used this set-up:


This my install: It mounts on the rib on the firewall so the booster is not over the engine. The PO had it right above the valve cover.
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You should take a look at the on-line catalog for Engineered Components. They have a firewall mounted package as well.

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