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Is there a good off the shelf replacement MC for a factory 4 wheel disc setup that will bolt on?
 

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I'm guessing that no one has responded to you because we are not sue what you are bolting it on to. Any replacement MC will work fine if your proportioning valve is set up correctly.
 

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It's to replace the MC on a 93 Diesel. I need one that pushes more volume to the rear brakes as calipers require more fluid to move than wheel cylinders for drums.
 

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I got 4 wheel discs i don't have a problem with the master
 

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Glenn..forgive me for sounding somewhat inept...but I do not see any listings in the factory parts book for rear disk brakes on a 93. Am I dreaming? ???
 

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Your not dreaming Chump he probably added it himself, but there is no braking problem with the regular master
 
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I may be totaly off the wall but I am assuming that you are not able to keep a firm pedal when you first hit the brakes. If that is the problem go to www.tsmmfg.com and order a 2lb residule valve. That will keep the calipers tighter to the rotor to eliminate that problem. What calipers are you using?
 

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Chump, I installed another rear axle I had that has disc brakes.

Gmule, that is exactly the problem, thanks! Brakes work well, the pedal is just too spongy.

I had this problem before with this particular axle setup w/ a mastercylinder setup for discs/drums, I gutted the proportioning valve to get the rears to work at all, but always had a spongy pedal. Now I'd like to just have a firmer pedal. This time around I just bypassed the prop. valve altogether, easy enough w/ all the extra line coiled up.

 

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I have the same issue...they work, but I want a better feel at the pedal....I got the residual valv,e but have yet to put it in. Got to get the correct fittings first.
 
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