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1971 C-10 master questions

OK-I have questions about a build of my 69 stepsides brakes.I bought a new master and booster for a 1971 C-10 as they had disk fronts standard.I have converted the front to disk from a 85 chev.The large bowl is in front of the master, small bowl closest to the booster.The large bowl has a 3/16s line and the small rear bowl has a 1/4 line.Dont the front disk take more fluid than the drum rears? This is making NO sense at all.HELP PLEASE. Thank you Chip

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Chip, take a look at MP's site, tech support/configurations, find your master cylinder design and go from there.


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I have finally got the answers to my questions----THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The stock original masters for C-10 were plumbed opposite compared to the C-20. That makes it confusing if you look at other trucks to see how GM did it.
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