I am using the stock master cylinder and power booster and it seems to work really well. The jeep stops better with 38's, than it ever did.Originally posted by high5:
<STRONG>that is what i'd do. try it and if it works then there you go. i doubt it will but it might and it doesn't hurt to try.</STRONG>
First of all, yes I can lock 'em up...all four.Originally posted by JohnBuuu:
<STRONG>massey and others....can you lock all 4 wheels on demand with the 1 ton brakes?
would you say your braking is close to, or better than stock?
also, what needs to be done, in terms of brakelines, to mate the hard lines from the axles, to the jeeps original equip. im thikning of the flex hose going to the rear axle, and the two front lines...isnt the 1 ton stuff a much bigger line....maybe i have it messed up....whats goin on there?
I KNOW you have a proportioning valve. It is part of the MC itself. It isn't something you might add externally.Originally posted by JohnBuuu:
<STRONG>massey....thanks a bunch man...that helps me out alot.
any other gotchas or things to keep in mind?
also...whats the install on a proportioning valve like? i plan to run rear disks, so im thinkin i should have on of those, ya think?
ps...your rig is beast</STRONG>
I have never heard of an adjustable one. That's not so say one isn't out there.Originally posted by JohnBuuu:
<STRONG>i see....so i have a proportioning valve built into the master cylinder huh....this may be a dumbass question, but who cares...is it adjustable?
you know, i consider myself fairly mechanically inclined...but im just starting to learn about brake systems.
thanks for your help man.