Originally Posted by Justus
Do lots more homework.......I know the kits for 2nd gens (rear disc conversion) make braking WORSE. Im not sure about 1st gen kits tho......just try a quality rotor and pad up front first since that's a large amount of ur braking anyhow
This is what I have heard as well too. www.TundraRacing.com
sells a rear conversion for the second gen. I believe that it is the rear setup from a 4Runner. OEM parts, and meant for a 4000 lb + vehicle. Yet our weight distribution is highly biased towards the front, versus the 4Runner.
Also, they have a different proportioning system and brake booster. Which levels their all wheel disk braking. Our Tacomas need an adjustable proportioning valve so that you can properly setup the rear braking force. Otherwise it will be too much after bolting on.
Get the adjustable valve, and set it up. Then they would be a great addition. Not the easiest job, but I know one who has done it.