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Old 04-22-2009
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Brake Question?

Are all of the 90's brake setup's the same? (90-99)
 
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No,90-94 they used these slidepins and the inner pad slid on the steering knuckle and was a one piston setup. 95+ is a two piston setup and has a caliper bracket for the pads. I think, somebody else might chime in with something else.
 
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Old 04-26-2009
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ahh ok i see what you meen well thats to bad
 
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Originally Posted by Alex98 View Post
Are all of the 90's brake setup's the same? (90-99)
Question is too bland. Be more specific. Front? Rear? Why?


98-02 4x4's have the same braking components in the front.

Rear.....either 9" brakes or 10" brakes in the rear...both drum.
 
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