4 runner brake upgrade inline residual valve pics

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by Chino Cochino, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Chino Cochino

    Chino Cochino

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    I've seen a few of pics of the calipers and MC's but no pics of inline residual valve. I was wondering if anyone had any pics of there residual valve placement on the 4 runner brake upgrades on there FJ 62's or does it the 62 need it. I'm planning on doing the upgrade soon with 93' 4 runner calipers and MC. Any pics and info would be most appreciated.
     
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    No need. The existing master cylinder has everything you'll need already. I just drove mine last night for the first time with the 'Rnnr calipers and the stock master cylinder. No front shocks yet, so no banzai brake testing was done. Pedal feel is good and pedal travel was normal.
     
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    Chino Cochino

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    Sweet! So your using the 62 MC with new 4 runner calipers?
     
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    60 in my case, but yes.
     
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    I have a 62 with the stock MC and 4runner calipers no problems!
     
  6. Chino Cochino

    Chino Cochino

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    any of you guys running spacers?
     
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    I am assuming you mean wheel spacers...

    If so, no I have stock wheels.

    j.
     
  8. Chino Cochino

    Chino Cochino

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    yeah, that's what I meant. I'm not running stock wheels so I think I need spacers.
     
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    I have a set of Enkei 15x8's on the truck. They clear just fine, but no idea what the BS is - they came on the truck.
     
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    So do you need wheel spaces? I assume it may rub?
     
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