Need a master cylinder....

Brakes for your Classic Mopar

  1. inkjunkie

    inkjunkie Well-Known Member

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    ...with the lines on the right side...
     
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    inkjunkie Well-Known Member

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    For a car with 4 wheel discs...
     
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    I believe gm masters were plumbed on the right.
     
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    When the fab work was done I had the intention of using a 2G HEMI....that ain't never gonna happen. Master Cylinder was moved over the width of the mount, if I remember right. In this picture the bolts closest to the motor used to be the one furthest....if that makes sense... 100_0100.jpg
     
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    Check with the Brake companies, SSBC,Master Power,etc.They have the GM corvette type that is plumbed both sides. Use the one you want.Comes with plugs to block off the ones you don't.
     
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