I have the same complaint. More than likely a set of braided stainless lines will cure the problem.
http://www.urdusa.com/product_info.php?cPath=9_10&products_id=1230100008rhunter said:I have the same complaint and I'm thinking that bleeding might help. Feels like air in the line... Pumping seems to help.
I did see a "Big Brake Kit" on a TRD parts page.. Anyone know about this?
now I can't find the website.
Most DOT approved braided line have a vinyl coating to prevent dirt/grime build up.worthywads said:I see mixed reviews of braided lines. Braided lines seem to have a shorter life than oem because dirt can and will get inside the braiding and wears out the inner hose, but you have no visible signs that anything is going on.
Here's a site discussing SS lines.
I may be alone on this one, but I like the Tacomas brake pedal response and overal braking ability. The last thing I want is a sensitive brake pedal, anyone can make a power brake setup that throws you toward the dash if you not careful, my old beater 73 Fury wagon could do that, that's not what I want.
get it checked out cause I DEF dont have that problem at all.NH05TACOMA said:I drive like an old man now so it isn't as if I am some crazy punk driver that always has to stand on the brakes to stop. The brakes just do NOT stop this truck well at all. Mushy is being kind. You have to push and push and push to stop even under normal driving conditions. With my boat it feels like the truck is never going to stop.