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Old 06-07-2009, 11:49 AM
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master cylinder cover?

Hey does anybody know where to get a master cylinder cover for a gm style master cylinder that allows you to hook up a remote fill to ? I want to make a remote fill for my pickup but dont want to buy a kit if i dont have to

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i've seen a couple of remote fills in some hotrod parts books,, but there kind of "pricey" why do you need one?? is m/c under floorboard??
check with hotrod parts sites maybe truck parts sites...i see them all the time and i can't seem to find any now that i'm looking for it!!
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thats my problem looking for it and cant find any of them that are cheap. lol. Yes i have it mounted under the floor and it is not easy to fill when its under there
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how about modifying the old one??a couple of fittings some pipe or tube,,and a reservoir,,have vent tube higher than reservoir,, and you should be fine,,end of vent tube a small piece of pipe ,,end braised closed,,and 2 small holes drilled at top side..
use ether steel or rubber brake lines..still gona cost around $30.00
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I was thinking about that but the way the gm m/c is the fittings would be hard to fit in and i would assume you dont want air in the m/c so you have to get a tight fit
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Master Cyl Cover

Hey 49ford/p/u, I have seen the whole kit including master cyl., but not just the cover. If you locate one please post the source. I'm also interested in the rack & pinion for straight axles. I'm looking for feedback from someone who has actually installed and driven the no limit eng. unit. I'm mostly concerned with steering column vibration. Please give us some feedback on yours when you can drive it. Thanks, OLNOLAN
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ok for the cover only on i found so far

http://www.kugelkomponents.com/produ...cessories.html
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