I have all 3/4ton brakes on my SAS except for the booster. I put a 3/4ton master cylinder on it today. Just wondering if the 1/2ton stock Bronco booster will be up to the task?
You have the little booster, thats why the look the same. The HD F250s & F350s got a bigger booster.
Do you need it? No. You will get the full travel out of your master cylinder no matter which booster you use. But, it will be harder to push the pedal down with the little booster than it will with the big one. Soo, little booster = hard pedal, big one = softer pedal.
but will the firewall bolts match up with my current bolt pattern?Since you have a 92, then just buy the parts for a 92 F350 instead. 351 or 460 for engine option so you get the bigger stuff for sure.
Yes, the firewall is the same for all models (bronco, F150, F250, F350, etc). There were some minor changes i think in 95, but they changed for all models, so if you order them for the same year as yours, they will definitely work with no mods.
I dont think that brake shop understands what you want to do; of course the boosters are different but they are still all interchangeable.
Well I installed the Dual-piston master and It helped a little bit until my brand new part started to leak. I got another brand new one coming for monday.
I have been talking to a brake shop here in Kamloops and he gave me some really good input. He said the main problem is the propotioning valve. I currently have the stock Bronco one in the truck and he said I have to use a 3/4ton valve to distribute the fluid properly. Makes sense to me. So that being said I ordered a WillWood adjustable brake valve and I will get that on Tuesday. I'll let you all know how I make out.:banghead
Agree. I look up 1 ton F350 on partsamerica and the master looks like it's all setup for a screw in cruise in the same location up front.I put an 88 F350 master/booster in my 88, but thats a different system. Seems to me that a 95 or 96 F350's master should work for your 95.