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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-19-2002, 07:17 AM
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Picture of my rear Yota axle in the Zook

Not to crazy about the bad driveline vibes but here it is. The homegrown disk brakes that I made work really good.

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is it possiable you have your diff rotated up too much that under power the springs wrap some making it then point higher than the t case output another thought if your driveline is long enough you might be able to pull the d/c part off and see how it works as a standard driveline i think these in the pix are lined up properly
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<font color="green"> Did you have to change the brake master cyl. on the Zuk after you put in the rear disk brakes? I was thinking about doing that to mine, but not sure if the stock master cyl. would work? Maybe a yota one or something??? But the stock brakes that came with the yota are better then the Zuks! [img]images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img] </font color>
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lol its just about as wide as the rear sidekick axle I just installed...makes my zuk have a wide ass and a skinny front... [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Did you have to change the brake master cyl. on the Zuk after you put in the rear disk brakes? I was thinking about doing that to mine, but not sure if the stock master cyl. would work? Maybe a yota one or something??? But the stock brakes that came with the yota are better then the Zuks!


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Generally you want to go with a larger M/C when you go 4 wheel disk the stock will not supply enough volume I'm going with the 81 firebird basic bolt on I have 91 caddy calipers with built in e-brake just a few more parts left to get liks the chevy rotors
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Re: Picture of my rear Yota axle in the Zook

Bill' are those sammy front rotors you used to build your rear brakes with? if so how did you do it? that looks very well built and i am currently rebuilding my yota axles and instead of dumping lots of money into the rear i can use parts i already have.
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Rockrat said>Generally you want to go with a larger M/C when you go 4 wheel disk the stock will not supply enough volume I'm going with the 81 firebird basic bolt on I have 91 caddy calipers with built in e-brake just a few more parts left to get liks the chevy rotors

Well, everybody told me to go with a Chevy set up but I stuck with my idea because I thought the BIG disk brakes in the rear would be way overkill. My brakes seem to work fine with the stock M/C with the Yota calipers up front &amp; the Samurai calipers in the rear [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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Bilduck wrote>Bill' are those sammy front rotors you used to build your rear brakes with? if so how did you do it? that looks very well built and i am currently rebuilding my yota axles and instead of dumping lots of money into the rear i can use parts i already have.
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Ha Ha! that's the same boat I was in! The rear brake parts were all siezed up, one of the drums had a cracks from the lug holes to the center hole, there was like 32 moving pieces in there!! I said the heck with this and started trying to come up with a rear disk brake set up. I used some new Samurai rotors $18 each(for a clean slate), had them redrilled for 6 on 5-1/2" &amp; had the Toyota ale shaft flanges turned down just a hair for the rotors to fit on $120, the Samurai front calipers &amp; pads I had, got flex lines off a Tracker that I had (from between body &amp; frame) but could have used front Samurai ones, the hard brake lines came from spare Zook parts, the caliper mounts were off the spare Samurai axle, bought a porpotioning valve &amp; line lock from Spidertrax $50.00, &amp; I put new speed bleeders on the calipers ($14.00) so total cost for rear disk brakes + line lock parking brake=about $200 to $250.
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