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  1. Hey mate Jack hasn't been on here a bit any sparky should be able to wire it in for u. That is correct bout the outback tanks with one being smaller, if u are not after the factory look u can do a set up like mine which u can find bits on in my thread 1980 xd panelvan Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    brake booster

    Hey mate you are un able to buy a kit for them but if you going into a brake shop they should be able to get the parts for you or even a local ABS shop if you have no luck let me know i may be able to get them for you from my old work place and send them on to you Hey Dave found in finally been busy with work so have been bit quite on here but i'm around
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    XF rear disc calipers

    Would need to be badly marked if it needs the handbrake cam tunnel sleeved, but like Dave said it can be done. Can u get any pics of the calipers on where the marks are??? Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    XF rear disc calipers

    Why is the housing getting honed out its only there really to hold the seal in place, the piston is what u need to be looking at to see it has any marks Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    XF 85 GHIA EFI CROSSY REBUILD

    Mate that owns it has a removalist company I'm sure he could drop off if u are keen Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    XF 85 GHIA EFI CROSSY REBUILD

    Bundaberg it's been pulled down and is std bore all have a 4 speed to go with it Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    XF 85 GHIA EFI CROSSY REBUILD

    200 crossy was out of a xf we were going to use for a racecar but changed wat car we were going with to a au Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    XF 85 GHIA EFI CROSSY REBUILD

    Are u after another motor chestnutxe Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

    I had them made at work where I am these days they are fully set up with a engineer shop, (full change of career now work in a sugar mill) Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

    U might find the seal is starting to let go, if there was a hole in the diaphragm u would know bout it the brake pedal would be hard as rock. To test if still working fine when car is off press the pedal till rock hard and while still holding the brake down start the car the vacuum should pull the pedal down with ease under the pressure of ur foot Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

    The two diaphragms numbers are VH2579 and VH 2580 still need to find the others Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

    Sorry that's all I got Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

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    Brake booster rebuild

    Cheers ando I hope it helps out I may have missed a bit here and there but like I said earlier it is easier for to do then explain but if anyone has a question just ask and I will try to help Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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    Brake booster rebuild

    Now after you have it all cleaned up and painted you can put ur seals in using the tools I use the press to put them in but can use the hammer just make sure they are home, the silicon grease is use in the seals. Next put one of the steel plates on the bakerlite and then use some rubber grease on the first diaphragm on the center hole there is a bit of a art to get the plate to sit in the right spot and the diaphragm on behind it, Now the second plate with the seal goes on next and then the second diaphragm will go on and will look like the pic above sitting on press, now put ur push rod back in using rubber grease on it aswell after it's all the way put ur c clip on to hold it in place, you can now slide it back into the bottom half of the case, Now you are getting closer to being done you should have left a front rubber seal and a reaction disc which goes in on top of the c clip then ur push rod that goes into the brake master is next on top place the booster back in to the press, now where the lid will spin on the diaphragm when pressed back together put use rubber grease on the diaphragm side put the spring back in and lid on and line up the two marks that you made in the start before pulling apart, now you can put in ur front seal with its metal plate use a bit of rubber grease on the hole where it goes over the push rod, now you can put in the grommet and one way valve, Now to test which is hard unless you have a vacuum pump to see if it holds Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
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