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Username Post: OBS to NBS upgrade        (Topic#359288)
Rudy Briskar 
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Reg: 12-29-19
12-29-19 01:02 PM - Post#2783136    

Hello from Southeast Alaska. I have a 1995 Tahoe LS with a 350, automatic transmission, 4wd. I have the dreaded squishy pedal. I have watched several videos about upgrading the master cylinder from obs to nbs. I would like to use an AC Delco unit. Can anyone recommend a AC Delco part number? I live on an island in Southeast Alaska and our only parts store is NAPA. I will most likely have to order this part as they probably won't have one in stock. Thank you and Happy New Year.

P.S. I have a vacuum booster and a Kelsey Hayes ABS module.



Edited by Rudy Briskar on 12-29-19 01:23 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
scrambldcj8 
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12-29-19 06:15 PM - Post#2783167    
    In response to Rudy Briskar

? cross ref to AC Delco if so inclined....


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Rudy Briskar 
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Reg: 12-29-19
12-29-19 08:39 PM - Post#2783177    
    In response to scrambldcj8

Thank you



 
CowboyTrukr 
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Loc: Salt Lake City
Reg: 06-20-09
12-29-19 08:57 PM - Post#2783178    
    In response to Rudy Briskar

It’s a great conversion.

Greg

'95 K1500 Z71 EC Short Step 5.7L+0.040/NV3500
'00 Explorer XLT 4.0 V6 Auto
'94 K2500 5.7 NV4500 ECLB - SOLD
‘87 GMC S15 SCLB 4.3 Auto - SOLD

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Rudy Briskar 
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Reg: 12-29-19
12-29-19 09:47 PM - Post#2783183    
    In response to CowboyTrukr

Thank you very much. I cross referenced it and found it on Amazon. Just waiting for payday now.



 
CowboyTrukr 
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Loc: Salt Lake City
Reg: 06-20-09
12-29-19 11:13 PM - Post#2783188    
    In response to Rudy Briskar

Make sure to bench bleed it well before you put it in.

Greg

'95 K1500 Z71 EC Short Step 5.7L+0.040/NV3500
'00 Explorer XLT 4.0 V6 Auto
'94 K2500 5.7 NV4500 ECLB - SOLD
‘87 GMC S15 SCLB 4.3 Auto - SOLD

"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" Sir Edmund Burke


 
Rudy Briskar 
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Reg: 12-29-19
12-30-19 02:32 AM - Post#2783190    
    In response to CowboyTrukr

Definitely. I've seen several videos of people bleeding it in the truck before actually mounting the brake lines.



 
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