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Old 09-17-2007, 12:12 AM
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manual brakes and steering

im looking to convert to manual brakes on my g-body ans was thinking of going steering to.

whats the pros and cons of both

just how hard is it to turn with manual steering.

manual breaks is basically a master cylinder change correct

i have four wheel disks

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Why are you going to manual brakes?
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clear some engine bay clutter and save weight
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The booster dont weigh all that much and you can get chrome ones.....though the manual steering will give a power increase and lighten it up a bit.
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