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Old 11-02-2005, 07:54 PM
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Master Cylinder Help Needed (under dash pedal and master cylinder)

I'm looking for a reversed master cylinder brake pedal set up with a dual master cylinder non power. Kugel Components has one , but there has to be more than 1 manufacturer out there. Building a 27 Ford roadster and space is at a premium. The frame mounted kit I bought for Speedway did not cut it and would not allow me enough room for the Ididit column and swivel mounting collar. If any one knows of a source to there hot rod land please let me know.
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I'm looking for a reversed master cylinder brake pedal set up with a dual master cylinder non power. Kugel Components has one , but there has to be more than 1 manufacturer out there. Building a 27 Ford roadster and space is at a premium. The frame mounted kit I bought for Speedway did not cut it and would not allow me enough room for the Ididit column and swivel mounting collar. If any one knows of a source to there hot rod land please let me know.
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Why would you not want to use Kugel's, I used it on my last T project with a Midland-Ross booster (very heavy car with 2" x 6" frame rails and 429/C6, 117" wheelbase) and 'Vette master cylinder and it worked slick. I made a loop of 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" square steel tubing that came off the frame rails at the cowl and up to the top inside of the cowl to mount everything to. I also ran 2 diagonals, 1" x 1" back to just before the front of the doors. Very solid.
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