My Truck is almost done and I need to figure out what to do with the brakes.
this is what i was thinking.
Disc Brake Conversion kit for the rear...
Disc Brakes, Rear, Solid Rotors, Single Piston Calipers, Ford, 8.8 in./9 in., Trucks, Kit
now i have no electronic proportioning any more so I'm going to run this...
Brake Proportioning Valve, **** Adjustment, 1/8 in. NPT, Single Inlet/Outlet, Aluminum, Natural, Each
now i should only need one correct? for the rear?
also i found these
Residual Pressure Valve, Blue Anodized, 2 psi, Disc Brakes, 1/8 in. NPT Female Inlet/Outlet, Each
i think i would need them for the front and the rear, should i have two for the front (as in one for each side) and one for the rear? I heard they will keep the caliper close to the rotor so you dont have to push so hard on the pedal to get pressure.
i plan to remove the abs module all together and run new hard lines...
opinions? is this overkill?
2003 Ford Ranger Lincoln Powered 5.4L DOHC, 42s, COs, D60s, 203/205, 4points, caged, full hydro, 3link front and 4 link rear.
1998 f150 bone stock baby hauler...