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I have put an 80's Chevy Dana 60 front axle and hydroboost in a M715. Even with an adjustable proportioning valve, there is too much braking in the rear.

Brake cylinders from a 1993 Ford E350 are known to be direct replacements (1-1/16" ID). According to Advance Autoparts' website, a F150 of the same vintage has 15/16" brake cylinders (22% less surface area).

The question is - Woud both brake cylinders have the same mounting surfaces?

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