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Author Topic:   Brake master cylinders
powerglides
Member
posted February 11, 2002 07:46 AM
That's a good question and I don't remember that one being asked before.


Pickel
Member
posted February 11, 2002 09:23 AM
I run a master cylinder off a big GM ..I have 4 wheel disc and no poportiong valve...works great for me...


4d_POWER
Member
posted February 11, 2002 04:56 PM
Pickel,

How do you adjust your brakes without the prop valve?

Thanks


bubbahoss35
Member
posted February 15, 2002 11:42 PM
To Pickel: do you know what the bore size for your mas-cyl is? I have good brakes but the pedal goes almost to the floor, and i would like a better pedal, pumping them dosent get any more pedal and they are adjusted up.
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Originally posted by 4d_POWER:
Pickel,

How do you adjust your brakes without the prop valve?

Thanks




powerglides
Member
posted February 16, 2002 12:17 AM
powerglides, Juni has the right master on his car......the 76 truck 2 wheel drive...
it's a little heavy but has a split bore, which simply means it has a different bore from front to rear.......this is what a guy needs when running disk front, and drum rear.

This is for a disk front/drum rear....WITHOUT a portioning valve

If your rules allow disk brakes in the rear let us know the answer would be different then.........Jeff


rusty88
Member
posted February 16, 2002 07:53 PM
this is to awkwardjeff. I am going to disk brakes in the rear this year and you say that there is a better cylinder for this. Which would you use in this situation.
Thanks for any help


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