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Old 11-30-2011, 11:43 AM
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Randy, unless you are going to start a blog where it's only your opinion and people can just go there looking for your opinon. There are going to be differing opinions.

On a forum such as this, we all give our opinions and then the person asking chooses which to use. Personally, I have never in my life heard of anyone who ever had a single reservoir brake system have a hose blow or something like that and where they couldn't stop. I am 53 years old and have driven these cars and knew people who drove them, rode in my parents cars, and so forth that had single reservoir masters. I have never, EVER known anyone to have a failure.

So for me to spend a bunch of money changing it, I am just not going to do it. And I don't think it's that big of a deal.

That is MY opinion, and I gave it.

Your opinion is also very valuable and correct, safety is a big issue and to spend the time and money to change it may be a great decision for you and many, many other people. That is why this forum is so valuable, the poster can get a bunch of different opinions and hopefully a little explaination of these opinions so he can make an decision which is best for him.

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Which is why I love this forum. Many different opinions have helped me tremendously.
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Which is why I love this forum. Many different opinions have helped me tremendously.
Of course, THAT is what makes it so good. And even if some of use don't agree with everything the other suggests, we ARE hotrodders after all!

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