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Old 03-23-2009, 08:04 PM
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First guys just want to say thanks for the replys. Now I will try to describe the brake setup. The rear is a 9" lincoln lock rear with new calipers pads and etc. The calipers are the dual pistion type that are about 2" in dia. All new brake lines and hoses. The front axle is a new 1930 a model dropped axle with new wilwood calipers,rotors and etc. It has new brake 6" brake booster that are installed in most street rods. The master cylinder is a new 11/8" bore GM dual cast iron type {not plastic. } same as the installed on vetts. The setup is mounted on the firewall. The brake pedal arm is a street rod aftermarket type. Its a hanging type that bolts up on the inside of the firewall,to the brake booster. From the pivit point it 3" down to the brake mc push rod arm. The total length of the brake pedal arm from the pivit point is 10" and the pedal pad sits like 5" off the floodboard/firewall. The car was scale at 1,726 lb with about 10 gallons of gas. The brake booster gets its vacuum from the rear bottom of the carb,like most. Its a 383 sbc, 8-71 blower with 2 780 carbs. I can post pictures if it will help, but not sure how to post in this fourm.
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