Hi all. Once again, thanks to this forum, I was able to finish another upgrade to my Beast. Quick intro, FJ60 with 155K miles, stock 2F, '92 4runner M/C, SOA (stock springs with AALs), 37" Michelin XZLs, Ford bucket seats, Ford Contour fan, Hi-steer and a fire extinguisher. To start, found a pair of '92 4runner front calipers from a donor truck with 90k miles on it (courtesy of my local pick-a-part $45 each). Tools used for the mod, common automotive hand tools, disc grinder, a few rags, brake bleeder and a can of brake cleaner. Started with the passenger side; jacked her up, removed old caliper, removed the hardline to the caliper, ground of about a 3/4" wedge-shaped pieces from both ends of the dust shield. I did without dismantling the shield itself...because I'm cool like that . Cleaned the disc after a thorough inspection (I know.... you're supposed to machine these discs when you do a pad swap. Didn't do it because I had a wife and three kids waiting to go to the mall). Loaded up the donor caliper ( semi-metallic pads from Autozone- $38), and installed it back on with about a 1/4" gap between the caliper and the dust shield. Re-connected the brake line. Moved on to the driver side. Pretty straight forward. Did the exact same thing as the passenger side except I had to grind off the tab on the outboard pad because it was touching the disc hub by a hairline. Now that I think of it, it probably would have been easier to swap the pads out than to grind it off (lesson learned). Moving on. Put everything back together and started to bleed the system. I used the Valvoline full synthetic Dot 3 &4 compatible fluid. BAD IDEA!!!! After bleeding the system, my in-cab brake light stayed on. I figured I introduced air into the M/C. SO I gave it a love tap to move the bubbles out. Nohting! So I figured the M/C was probably used to just the regular type of brake fluid so I drained and re-bled the system and presto! Prestone Dot 3 worked great! No more light. Impressions on the new calipers. They are great! I can't believe how sucky my old brakes were until this mod. Drove it around town and on the freeway. Quicker stopping time and distance! I was actually able to make the Beast do a nose dive when I slammed on my brakes. It might need a little brake travel adjustment but I think it's just me. Thanks again to the pros in this forum for giving me the strength and knowledge to carry on!!