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OK I got pulled over and have top get my rig inspected. <IMG SRC="smilies/frown.gif" border="0">

I have a '83 toyota with a 4.3V6, SM465, NP205 running to stock toy axles but the back has been converted to disks using stock toy truck stuff.

I was thinking driveline brake but where do you mount the disk on a 205 yoke??

Is ther any calipers that could mount ot my toyota truck mounts? or close?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!
 

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Go to your local salvage yard and get the backing plates and rotors from a 72 to 87chevy 1/2 ton then find a 77 to 84 cadillac and get the rear disc brake calipers. the 1/2 ton chevy rotors will match your toyota lug pattern and the backing plate should bolt to your rear axle with minor mods and is required to mount the caddy calipers
 

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There is a flat flange 30 spline yoke available for the 205, about 140.00 if I remember right. Hamfist has one in his rig, comes undrilled and looks good. If your into it, send me a email and I'll get the number for Hamfist for ya.

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An easy solution would be a $100 line-lock kit from JEGS. Easy to put in, easy to operate, easy to replace, comes in a box, blah blah blah.

Good Luck!!
 

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I will have it by the end of this week- a driveline brake of the 205 t-case with the one ton c/v or also available with the 1330 3/4 ton c/v for some applications- give me c all- Jess
 

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Originally posted by hy_desert_4wheeler:
<STRONG>Go to your local salvage yard and get the backing plates and rotors from a 72 to 87chevy 1/2 ton then find a 77 to 84 cadillac and get the rear disc brake calipers. the 1/2 ton chevy rotors will match your toyota lug pattern and the backing plate should bolt to your rear axle with minor mods and is required to mount the caddy calipers</STRONG>
<font color="yellow">I have the calipers and they are a pain in the a$$ to bleed and get all the air out. I have seriously considered sh!t canning them and going line locks, or micro-locks...not sure on the "legality" of line locks, so you may want to check first...</font c>
 

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are you doing one for the early bronco dana 20? i can think of a whole lotta ebers who have no or barely working p-brakes.. my self included....

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Originally posted by ratman:
<STRONG>There is a flat flange 30 spline yoke available for the 205, about 140.00 if I remember right. Hamfist has one in his rig, comes undrilled and looks good. If your into it, send me a email and I'll get the number for Hamfist for ya.
Do you have any pictures of this? What caliper would I use a parking brake on the t-case? I have the caddy calipers but they suck so I might put on some stock fronts I have

Originally posted by elf_cruiser:
[QB]An easy solution would be a $100 line-lock kit from JEGS. Easy to put in, easy to operate, easy to replace, comes in a box, blah blah blah.

Good Luck!!</STRONG>
He'll still fail inspection with this. All it does is hold hydraulic pressure in the lines, you could jam a 2x4 between the seat and the pedal and it'll do the same thing. The whole point of a parking brake is to provide a mechanical means of stopping the vehicle if the hydraulic system fails. Ask John Bondraunt how well line locs work as parking brakes

[ 09-23-2001: Message edited by: chrisd ]
 

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thanks for the replies guys!

I actually have a line lock already and for some reason the cop didn't like it! <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0">

I need a mechanical as mentioned above. Really doesn't have to work that good just for inspection.I may have figured out something that will work off a standard 205 yoke along with another guy in our club that is after the same thing.

On a side note blew a drivers birfield into bits today! <IMG SRC="smilies/glasses.gif" border="0">
 
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