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  1. aztoyman

    1988 4Runner Brake ?s

    I did this brake upgrade in 2011. Here is my post with pics on Marlin Crawler. T100 Brake Upgrade - https://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=77523.0 I'm going with 17" wheels on my current build so I'm going bigger on the brakes on this build. Good luck with whatever you decide.
  2. aztoyman

    1988 4Runner Brake ?s

    It's been a few years since I did it. It was pretty much bolt on. I think I had to adjust the length of the rod to the pedal linkage. Maybe bend lines a little? Nothing major. Front Range Off Road and Sky Off Road Designs. They both sell brackets or entire kits for the larger brakes.
  3. aztoyman

    1988 4Runner Brake ?s

    gnob nailed it. When I went bigger front brakes for the bigger tires it definitely helped. The dual diaphragm booster made a BIG difference. I think I did just leave the master cylinder on it from the donor truck. The proportioning valve will help keep the rear brakes from locking up too...
  4. aztoyman

    1988 4Runner Brake ?s

    I also want to say there are bigger Taco, 4Runner and Tundra front brake upgrades. (Using IFS wheel hubs) I am looking into it for my 86 build. The T100 (and 95 4runner I think) brakes on my 88 cleared my 15" Cragar Soft 8 steel wheels with 4" back space. This is on an 85 SFA with the typical...
  5. aztoyman

    1988 4Runner Brake ?s

    On my 88 pickup I installed T100 calipers and discs up front. Stock rear drums and just tied the proportioning valve fully up. We put a Wilwood adjustable proportioning valve on my son's 91 and it worked about the same as tying the stocker up. The biggest improvement was installing a dual...
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