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Old 06-30-2008, 09:48 AM
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Time for more parts...

Well I was drivin Mater around yesterday and the Brake Booster took a dump on me. Kinda got nervos for a sec when I hit the brakes and I wasn't slowing down. But i limped home, thank god for strong legs! LOL I am buying shocks this week, now I need to look into this. Dave, how soon do you want to dig into the parts truck??? LOL
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Old 06-30-2008, 12:14 PM
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Shoot dude. You can get a reman with a master cylinder from AZ for $60.
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Andy this one doesn't have power brakes,but you really should get a reman from somewhere don't play game with brakes.
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I don't need a master cylinder. I have a brand new one on there. I didn't realize that my booster was bad till I got it up and running. I guess I will just start pricing some new ones.
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Man if you lived closer to me I could get you that stuff at cost. I got two brand new rotors for my bronco for $20 ($10 a piece). Oh andy guess what I found today. I found some 35inch mudkings for my bronco for 12 bucks a piece. But the guy only has two of them. Gotta find 2 more...
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I've had mixed results from the A1/Cardone boosters that autozone carries... I bet that I went through 4 on the 66.
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Josh, thanks for the offer on the parts. I think one of my co-workers works at one here. That is cool you found some tires, sucks it is only 2. One of my front tires leaks if I fill it past like 15psi. It looks to be about $70 for a booster.
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I've had mixed results from the A1/Cardone boosters that autozone carries... I bet that I went through 4 on the 66.
Me too. It took three tries to get one that worked right on my Bronco, but it hasn't been touched since then. I've also put them on a couple of cars and a half ton chev since then without issue.
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Yeah I put one on Kyle's 86 first one and no problems.
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O'reillys carries a1/cardone also (thats were I work). I would strongly reccomend a new one and not a reman'd one.

Yeah it sucks that I only have found 2 tires so far. I would have bought those two but mudkings are hard to come by around here. Espicialy in a 35inch.
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