I also have a 77 CJ7, but mine has factory disk brakes on the front, anyone know if that was an option or was it standard on later production 77?
did you bench bleed the master cylinder before you installed it in the vehicle? where did you get the booster and master cylinder at? sure it is the proper application? have you adjusted the rod in the booster (not all boosters have an adjustable rod)?
FWIW, my Jeep never has had a really high and firm pedal........but it does stop good (factory disk on front and factory 11" drums on rear)! I believe there was a recall or TSB when this model was fairly new, something about the booster rod needed adjusting. also, I have been running dot 5 silicone brake fluid for many years.
Edited by atavuss (09/10/04 10:57 AM)
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