I've got EricB's info, but that's more Master Cylinder and booster info....I need the info on the brake hardware....disc's...calipers...are there adapters for the caliper mount or plumbing.....part numbers,....as much info about this part of the conversion as I can get.
Go to www.rockequipment.com and tell Tony you put a 44 under your Toy and you need some brake lines that are (your choice) inches long and have a Toy fitting on one end and the GM banjo fitting on the other end. He'll ask you if your banjo bolts are 7/16" or 3/8", you tell him, and you'll have brake lines in in your hands in a couple of days.
You could also buy some extended brake lines for a Tacoma, but if your banjo bolts are 7/16", you'll have to drill out the banjo fitting. And its probably not any cheaper than buying them from Tony anyway.
Yes, there are other ways I'm sure, but it doesn't get much easier than that.
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