|07-09-2010 04:27 PM|
brakes are for sissies...lol
Please see the attached sorry I forgot about you.Let me know if you have any ???
|06-19-2010 09:45 AM|
|inquiring_mind2||BBCMUDDBOGGER I was wondering if you had a chance to take any pics yet?|
|06-04-2010 05:45 PM|
Have a look here
will give you some ideas, it is a manual caliper but easily adapted to hydraulic , some assembly required ....
another on a transfer case
|06-04-2010 12:44 PM|
|inquiring_mind2||LOL ok that would be great I would love to see some pics of it. The front brakes do ok but when they get packed with mud it makes it kinda hard to stop.|
|06-04-2010 12:34 PM|
|BBCMudbogger||I have no brakes on my bogger except for a driveline brake. The guy that made mine made a round piece of plate about 3" with a hole for the yoke at the back of the transfer case and welded it to the yoke. He then bolted a front brake rotor from a mid 80's toyota 4x4 to it. We then used a caliper from the same model truck and made a bracket to hold the caliper that goes between the frame rails. I have the tranny out now putting in a transbrake but it will be back together by 6/10. If I remember I will post some pics after its back together. I have run it for 1 1/2 seasons so far. It is really only good for basic stopping of the truck in the pits,loading on the trailer and coming out if the pit. I would not want to rely on it stopping the blazer at 70 mph on the highway!|
|06-04-2010 12:17 PM|
I have a 75 cj5 that I use for mudd bogg competitions. As of right now all I have is front brakes. I would like to put in a drive line brake on the rear driveshaft. BUt I am not for sure how to do it or what parts I would need. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.