We haven't figured out exactly what to use here. I suggested a 01-02 dodge ram 3500 master, but apparently he's got a different booster than most YJ's so we're unsure if that will work. Just going to have to get one and try it?
my YJ was an 88 and I ran the early 80s E350 van master cylinder, it worked well but I was running bigger calipers, GM d60 front and GM half ton calipers in the rear. I had a gutted prop valve also.
If the booster is stock, look at a booster from a '95 YJ. They were a smaller diameter with double diaphragm so the package is smaller with more boost. Also, some of the Astro vans had hydro boost brakes that swap over well too.
Could you post a pic of your cut in the rear wheel well? After getting my 44044s in I trimmed all the way back to the wheel well with 33s but my 35s are gonna need a bit more. I was thinking about cutting it 6" high or so then maybe welding it back in at an angle.
I should have the flares off this weekend to fix some rust on the tub so ill take some pictures for you. Ive cut alot out over the years lol. Its a couple inches back from where that inner support used to be.
After working like a maniac all summer while trying to deal with buying a garage to sleep in aka house ive finally found some time to work on the heep. I still have to find a pcm since mines toast. Got around to finally attacking my B pillar tie in disaster. All the crushed tub mounts have made for any interesting afternoon of chopping the floor out. Hopefully friday ill get a chance to start on my new lighter 2 piece belly skid. Hefting 3/8 plate is getting old and I scored some 3/4" uhmw from a buddy for free!
Made progress on the new tube belly pan all welded up just have to weld the 30 tabs to for the skid and cut the Al/uhmw. I added a couple more cross tubes and seems very sturdy. Its great not having to heft 3/8" plate or deal with busted nutsert.
This what I came up for a trans mount couple leaf spring bushings weld to the oem cut mounting plate