Got it. Well I swapped the calipers over, bled the system twice anddddd I still have the same issue... no brakes while running. Pedal sinks to the floor and makes a lovely hissing sound. Think its time for a new master and might as well do the booster too.
Never would I have thought of that. I simply put them back as I found em. Thank you! I will swap them and see if that fixes the issue.
Follow up question though. Swaping the fronts calipers will change it from drain to bleeder. But swaping the rear calipers wouldnt change anything, the "bleeder"...
Went to take the truck for a quick test ride the other day only to find my brake pedal going to the floor.
I had good pressure after the disc brake rear axle swap. Since then I swapped the front to the dual calliper pistons. Bled the brakes twice now and still the same issue.
Brake pedal holds...
Pumped that this worked! Installed a lift up BII passenger seat bracket. Works PERFECT with the suspension seats so I can still get in the back of the cab!
Don't mind the multicoloredness of the seats at the moment lol
Made a few scores at the junkyard recently too.
1. found "prerunner package" bumpers. Never seen them in person before. Got to see if i like how they look on my truck vs the JD bumpers.
2. Found a dual tank set up from an 85. Took the wiring, fuel lines, selector valve, dash switch, rear tank...
Couple updates for you all.
Picked this up a couple weeks ago. 1991 4.0, m5od trans and complete wiring harness. Going to clean it up, go through the top end and replace the 2.9 over the winter.
Got it from Bodied91ranger. Check out his build, its wild...
Nothing fancy just 2.25 tubing from cat back with a thrush welded muffler and a 60degree kickoff before the rear axle. I think it sounds great for a V6 and the hope is to do a 4.0 swap so not going crazy with exhaust.