Brake ? Would this work?


Gear Grinder
Nov 24, 2009
Las Vegas
Willys Model
Willys Year:
51 Wagon converting the front to disk and leaving the back drum. Could pick this up cheap off Craigslist.

Jeep CJ master barke cylinder and booster. The master cylinder is new, never had brake fluid poured in. The booster is 2 years old. No leaks. Also has Tri-County Gear adjustable rod. Mounting barcket included. Asking $135.00 OBO.

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1) Any improvement over stock brakes to include a hole in the floorboard and a good set of Nike shoes, will help.

2) You keeping stock axles?

3) I would opt out for a much later model setup. An '04 Jeep TJ has disk brakes all the way around, I think the '03 had them in the front only??? Bottom line is I would consider later components that were made for disc/drum and or disc/disc setups. I don't think you will find the $ is any different. In fact the CJ setup may be at a premo due to it fitting a much older Jeep.
Do not know if the application your considering is correct and you may already know this but I believe a proportioning valve would be necessary too. Makes up for the pressure differential between disc in front and drum in rear?