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04-17-2007 04:33 AM
lew racer
1977 Pontiac Lemans Master Cylinder Question

I Have A 1977 Pontiac Lemans 2 Door ,set Up As A Nhra Stock Eliminator Car.this Car Has Been Converted From Power Brake Master Cylinder/ Front Disc System To A Manual Brake Master Cylinder /front Disc System.i Am Seeking Any Information And Factory Manual Pictures Regarding The Oem Master Cylinder/push Rod Connection To The Brake Pedal,break Pedal Details,master Cylinder Push Rod Details And Master Cylinder Mounting Points For The 1977 Pontiac Lemans With Front Disc-manual Brakes(non Power Brake).
I Am Trying To Eliminate Pedal Bind And No Return Conditions Which Seem To Be Tied To The Current Push Rod To Brake Pedal Attachment Point.
Please Note: I Am Not Sure If The 1977 Lemans Was Available With Non Power Front Disc Brakes As The Master Cylinder I Am Using Maybe Listed As A 1974 Pontiac Grand Am Type Unit.
Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated!!

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