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Old 08-07-2006, 08:48 PM
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brake master cyl question!

Ive searched the knowledge base but found no answer to this. I converted my 67 nova to front disk brakes. I replaced the master cyl with a manual master cyl from a 75 chevy. I was planning on changing the prop valve if I had problems. Heres the question....... which of the 2 brake line ports are used to control which 2 lines. I always thought the front port was for front brakes and the rear was for rear brakes. If so was it different in my 67, (reversed),? I ask this because the new master cyl will only fit my old lines if I swap the lines around. I hope you guys understand what Im asking, its a bit hard to explain.

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Old 08-07-2006, 10:20 PM
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If one side of your master cyl. is larger,(holds more fluid) then that is your front brake side.
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Many GM cars used the rear portion of the MC for the front brakes.
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Brows the net for engine pictures of mid seventies Chevys.
Or ask on a Chevelle/Camaro Forum?
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