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Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? #729714 06/08/06 06:51 AM
Joined: Apr 2004
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87Toy4x4 Offline OP
Body Damage is Cool
im thinking about grabbing the brake booster and master cylinder from my buddy's spare 94 v6 4runner but im not sure if it is a direct bolt in or not. it has abs so im not quite sure if itll work for my truck. is there any wire splicing involved?


87 22R PU, 2 body lift, 33 BFG muds, 4.88's, F&R Lock-Rights, Rancho Shocks, EB's Street RV Head w/ 268 Cam, LCE Header, 2" to 2 1/4" exhaust, Flowmaster 50 series, Magnaflow high flow cat, complete Herculined SR5 interior, V6 BB, MC, and calipers.
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Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: 87Toy4x4] #729715 06/08/06 03:39 PM
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Red_Chili Offline
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It should work just fine; you may need to splice in the brake fluid level sensor.


-Bill
'87 4Runner w/ '96 5VZ-FE, 'Red Chili II'
'97 Taco XtraCab 3RZ-FE, 'BlackBean'
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Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: 87Toy4x4] #729716 11/01/06 09:18 PM
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Jickle Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Ok, here's kind of a reverse question. I have a 92 v6 pickup with a failed brake booster. Would a 1987 4x4 4RUNNER (22r engine) brake booster be the same as my 92 v6, 4x4 pickup?

I saw a good deal for one on the net.


stock 92 pickup, v6, xtra cab, 4x4 IFS, 204k miles
Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: Jickle] #729717 11/01/06 10:27 PM
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Staceman Offline
Body Damage is Cool
I'm not a brake master by any means. But, (don't quote me on this) I think your V6 booster may be a dual diaphram, the other a single. Here you go, some yards that can deliver for not too much. Compliments of Car-Part.com

Quote
1990
Power Brake Booster
Toyota 4Runner BLUE,3VZ-E,4x4 A 502190 $25 Midwest Auto Parts USA-IA(Waterloo) E-mail 1-866-916-4600 / 1-319-287-4600
1991
Power Brake Booster
Toyota Truck 2.4, 6767 $22.5 East Bay Auto Parts USA-MI(Interlocken) E-mail 1-800-332-9156
1991
Power Brake Booster
Toyota Truck 3-91,22RE 005504 $20 All Japanese Recycling USA-UT(West-Jordan) E-mail 1-800-522-0444
1992
Power Brake Booster
Toyota 4Runner 2-92,3.0L 006165 $20 All Japanese Recycling USA-UT(West-Jordan) E-mail 1-800-522-0444
1990
Power Brake Booster
Toyota 4Runner 3-90,3.0L,SR5 005954 $20 All Japanese Recycling USA-UT(West-Jordan) E-mail 1-800-522-0444
1992
Power Brake Booster
Toyota 4Runner - STK#1602,73K,CLEAN TK 1602 $15 Maroney's Foreign Car and Parts USA-PA(Smithton) Request_Quote 1-800-245-7278 Request_Insurance_Quote


85 4Runner - With NEW Marlin 4.7 Gears!! It's a whole new beast!
Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: Staceman] #729718 11/01/06 10:32 PM
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Staceman Offline
Body Damage is Cool
I should also state that I DO NOT push car-part for personal gain for those that may wonder. But, it is where I bought my used 22RE (for $300, delivered to Phoenix from Texas for $125), My buddy's E-Locker for his '94 ($200, delivered from Penns. to Phoenix for $30, from a 2000 4Runner!), and both my 4.88 diffs ($125 each delivered for $25. 1 from Omaha, 1 from Iowa)
The money I saved for what "could have" been originally spent goes to other things, like lockers, and Marlin 4.7 gears, and twin sticks <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Last edited by Staceman; 11/01/06 10:33 PM.

85 4Runner - With NEW Marlin 4.7 Gears!! It's a whole new beast!
Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: Staceman] #729719 11/02/06 01:09 AM
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ErikB Offline
Toyota Moderator
The '87 and earlier most likely had the smaller master and booster. The '88 and later most likely had the bigger master and booster.

Swapping parts will change your brake power and feel for better or worse, depending on which parts you use. Here is some related info:

http://home.4x4wire.com/erik/4runner/brakes/#Basics


'97 4Runner, '06 F350, '86 4Runner, '05 WR450
http://home.4x4wire.com/erik
Re: Can I Use this Brake Booster and Master Cylinder? [Re: ErikB] #729720 11/02/06 04:49 PM
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Jickle Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
k, thanks y'all I will probably end up getting it through car-parts.com (rather than waiting on ebay and having somebody charge like 80 bucks or something)

Yea, I'm getting tired of not having brakes on a cold morning. (the brake pedal will finally have power a few minutes into driving, just as I'm pulling into my work office.) <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cyclops.gif" alt="" />


stock 92 pickup, v6, xtra cab, 4x4 IFS, 204k miles

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