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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: sasnydley] #939058 04/07/09 03:02 AM
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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: Brian894X4] #939059 04/07/09 03:07 AM
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Either of you guys experiencing the sluggish 80 series brake pedal? [/quote]

what causes that?


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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: Brian894X4] #939060 04/07/09 11:39 AM
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Either of you guys experiencing the sluggish 80 series brake pedal?


Not at all! I haven't done my rears yet, plan to do so shortly. Here is what I did: 1) front knuckle rebuild and used new OEM rotors 2) 100-Series pads 3) new soft lines up front 4) the key: a buddy brought over a Motive Power Bleeder. I did the traditional bleed and wasn't real thrilled, then I used the Motive bleeder - wow. 15 minutes by myself w/ a 10mm wrench and the brake pedal is hard with immediate action.


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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: Adam F] #939061 04/07/09 06:16 PM
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Yup, same setup on 96+ 4Runners and Tacomas, and all Tundras. Sequoias too I think.

And 79-95 yota's.
It's so nice. maybe i'll change my pads soon. lol. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/notooth.gif" alt="" />


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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: Greg_Canada] #939062 04/09/09 01:21 PM
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If you are talking of the 4 piston caliper I use them on a variety of other cars too.
Here is a set on my 1972 dodge Colt.
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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: OldColt] #939063 04/09/09 03:43 PM
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Re: LandCruiser brakes are easy [Re: LRJ4x4] #939064 04/09/09 04:14 PM
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I did not think of this earlier. Here are some Toyota calipers on the front of my Gen 1 Monty. After decades of a salty life it is far from pretty. With the 12" rotors it stops just fine also.
The rear is set up with Girling calipers also with 12" rotors.
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