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Old 12-15-2005, 07:28 PM
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1950 chevy master brake cylinder

Hey Guys, Anyone know a neat trick for removing the pedel lock pin on a 50 chevy master break cylinder without messing it up? Been playing with that little jewel for 2 afternoods , getting that out is the last thing and i can pull it and do a rebuild.Thanks for any info.

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No help from me on the 50 Chevrolet pin. ( never had a 50 Chevrolet ) ...but we have quite a few members with that vehicle....maybe one can help.
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this post is a little late for you, but someone else might need a hint.
its a video I made after I got the key out the first time, too hard to film under the car.
Basically fished it out with a wire hook, it might help to have someone wiggle the clutch and brake while you are doing it.

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