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Old 09-18-2010, 10:46 PM   #1
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pinion brake?

anybody ever see a pinion brake done on yota axles?
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Old 09-19-2010, 12:07 AM   #2
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no but there used to be a brake for the rear out put of the t-case. You can get one off of the SJ-410 (Drum brake) and adapt it to yours or I think Spidertrax made a disc brake for the rear out-put. dont think they offer it right now.
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no but there used to be a brake for the rear out put of the t-case. You can get one off of the SJ-410 (Drum brake) and adapt it to yours or I think Spidertrax made a disc brake for the rear out-put. dont think they offer it right now.
Those are parking brakes, not service brakes.

No point to a pinion brake on a Toyota axle. The only reason you see them on anything is because it's hard to do a disk brake on a rockwell or ZF planetary and make it fit inside a pickup wheel.
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Front rotors for an f-700 and calipers of a f-450 are easy to put on a rockwell. But the pinion brake is lighter.. but to be street legal you have to have a brake at each wheel... i want to do a brake at the case also to save weight..
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Front rotors for an f-700 and calipers of a f-450 are easy to put on a rockwell. But the pinion brake is lighter.. but to be street legal you have to have a brake at each wheel... i want to do a brake at the case also to save weight..
You want to do a brake at the case on a Samurai with Toyota axles or on a rockwell rig?
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And no wheel brakes or what? Sounds like a big sacrifice in safety for the sake of saving weight. And a lot of strain on a little pinion gear.
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And no wheel brakes or what? Sounds like a big sacrifice in safety for the sake of saving weight. And a lot of strain on a little pinion gear.
what he mean is there is a year (83 or 84 i have a blank )where there was a E-brake on the t-c instead of beeing on the rear axle
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what he mean is there is a year (83 or 84 i have a blank )where there was a E-brake on the t-c instead of beeing on the rear axle
Doesn't sound like he's talking about a parking brake to me, that wouldn't save any weight over a couple cables. Sounds like putting the service brake at the case.
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