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Old April 8th, 2012, 12:06 AM
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Yes and no, the ABS issue would only come into play when you replace the M\C. Which is why when\if you replace the M\C you tell them it's the same year as your truck, just an F350 instead of an F150.


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So th F250 booster will work. Thanks
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Booba I forgot to ask how long is your power brake booster line?
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Maybe 3.5-4 feet, it's just long enough to go from the booster to the back of my intake plenum, for the PCV reroute.


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Thanks again.
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Booba, can the stock f150 master be used? Is there any benefit from a 350 master or does it all come from the booster?


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It can be used, but the full benefit won't be felt. I'd venture to say the pedal would be easier to push, but the brakes probably wont function any better, maybe a little. Either way, someday you'll probably have to change the master cylinder too, so might as well put the stronger booster on now.


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The core charge difference on new parts is worth pulling both pieces from the junkyard. Just another thing to put on the list.


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They took the F150 parts as a core for the F350 parts in my case, no questions asked at all.


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I will be sending the parts to rock auto I think, I have to see how they do their core stuff first though, the double shipping costs may kill the savings.


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