for those of you whom have commented about the "rusty" master.. I thought I would get to the real replacement ..

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2000 4Runner duel diaphram booster with the 1" master , and clutch master ..
the clutch master is close and actually touches in 1 spot .. I'm going to correct that when I pull it a part .

because of the size of the booster and the length of the studs , the original spacer is not usable . also installing the booster with the stock steering shaft the u-joint at the fire wall hits the booster .. so in order to accomplish the booster install , I pulled out a spare /84 shaft I had from my 2WD project .. the shaft has a ball socket , instead of a u-joint , making the "connection" much smaller .

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swaping the whole steering column is not possable because of the mounting points
79-83
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84-88
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unbolting the lower column housing and "swaping"

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the floor mount for the 83 dosnt fit the 84 lower .. so I have to "open" it up a bit ..

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and with everything back together .. I now have "VERY" large brakes smile and should be able to "stop on a dime"

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