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Old 12-12-2004, 09:43 PM
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Disc Brake Conversion On 97 F250

anybody done this??
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Old 12-12-2004, 10:51 PM
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no one??

thinking about looking at my wifes superduty to see if theres a way.......

what axle is under a f350 srw 2000
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Old 12-13-2004, 10:15 AM
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Hopefully someone will reply, I have the same truck and would like to have better stopping power. I also want to go to slotted rotors on the front.
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the axle under your wifes 2000 is a 10.5 Sterling rear end, similar to the rear end under your truck. The bolt pattern is different and the abs wont work.
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i know the bolt pattern is differnt, its metric im wondering how i could get the abs sensors to work.....if i built a bracket to hold the newer rear rotors.....
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that is basically what renegade did, i am serious, you should talk to him
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Check superduty cargo vans they have rear disks and are still the old boltpattern. Boss has a 03 psd van that we where surprised to find has the old 8 bolt patern and not the new metric.
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Old 12-14-2004, 08:12 AM
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nice thanks eckart hmmm..... is that on a single rear or dual?? the next mission is the brake porportioning valve. i could just use a wilwood valve so i can adjust it but im wondering about brake master compatibility. i know when i put disks on the back of my 85 toyota and my landcrusier i had i needed a diffenrt master. does anybody know what the differnce mechanically the masters are?? does that van have hydralic brake boost or vaccume? is there a parking brake in thoose discs? like whats on the superduty? im pretty sure the abs system is the same its just a hall effect sensor on the rotor with the pick up on the axle.
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Its a normal bodystyle E350 psd work van with single rear wheels.
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