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Old 01-26-2009, 07:32 PM
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chevy master cylinder on dodge.

I have a 93 dodge dakota that im doing a frame of resto on. Its v8 5 speed, 4x4. Silly to do all that for that truck, but i was bored! There is a newer Chevy Tahoe at my work, with a fairly large brake booster and master cylinder. Would it be possible to swap these into my dakota. The cab is off the truck, so it would be very easy if it will work. Just curious, thanks

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Sure it can be made to work, if you have access to every thing that is needed and have the expertise. There are very few things that absolutely cannot be done.

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Ok cool. I havnt looked at it close enough, if it has lines running to a ABS unit, can i just run those lines right to my calipers? I dont have abs on my truck.
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Depending on how new that Tahoe is, that ABS system could be very complicated and I would try to transplant all of it to the Dodge. I could not possibly make an assumption you could not use the existing ABS control system of the Tahoe.

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