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Old June 18th, 2009, 10:17 AM
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brake master cylinder & front right caliper also a distribitor

looking for some parts guys to make the truck build dale knepp sold me driveable.

distibutor without vacuum advance.

3.9 motor
94 d90 brake system

i have some parts to trade if an option. just let me know what you are looking for.

thanks guys, would really like to drive this truck during the short summer season we have here.
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I have a 3.9 motor. Cheap, PU only outside philly though.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 08:43 AM
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Sorry About The Confusion Ron. The Truck Has A 3.9 And A 94 D90 Brake System.

Just Need The Brake Master Cylinder And Caliper.

I Bought A Truck That Was Supposed To Be A Summer Runner. Can't Have A Runner Without Brakes.
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Ah, New MC's are $150 or so and autozone has the calipers for under $100.
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Old June 19th, 2009, 12:15 PM
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Thanks Ron. The Truck Was Supposed To Have Working Power Brakes. It Has None. Friggin Bummin Me Out. Dale Is Not Taking Responsibility For It. He Offered To Split The Cost. What Bs. Don't Even Get Me Started On How Many Hours I Have In This Thing To Get Things Right.

Oh, Also Looking For Windshield Wipers And Motor. The Truck Came In With Out That Too. Really Need The Wiper Arms And Assy To Pass Inspection.

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Does it have no power to the brakes or no brakes at all? If no power it is probably something stupid like a disconnected vacuum hose or a bad check valve and, in any event, would be the booster not the MC.

Take a picture of the brake assembly and post it and I will be able to tell what it is off of.
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Old June 24th, 2009, 12:46 PM
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Ron I Think You Are Correct On The Booster.

I Have Enclosed A Picture.

Also, Check Out This Distributor With Vac. Advance. Doesn't Allow Me To Dial The Timing In.

Your Thoughts.

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Distributor looks pretty normal to me, as far as the brakes, follow the hose coming out of the booster next to the MC and see if it is broken or not hooked up to the manifold. If that checks out, replace the check valve that it is attached to. 90% sure that one of these two things is the problem.

What exactly is the issue with the vacuum advance? YOu can't adjust the distributor enough?
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It looks like the issue is the avdance pot is hitting the back of the timing cover? I think you can install these distributors a notch off and this will happen? Been over a year since I had one of the distributors out, cant recall.
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ron, hoses look good and are connected. check valve seems to hold pressure. no cracks on it. could a bad caliper cause this no brake problem? the front right caliper doesn't seem to move.

any help would be great.

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A dead caliper would not cause that problem. It would just cause pulling under braking.
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