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Hi Guys, I have a '48 Chevy truck that I have changed to front discs with a Mustang dual master cylinder. My master cylinder is in the stock location under the drivers floorboard. Has anyone done a remote reservoir refill for this application-i.e. has any one found a way to put a plastic reservoir on the firewall and plumb it to the master cylinder cover or body. Any ideas would help since I have destroyed my floor mat from folding it back to access the fill location. Thanks!!
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Hi Guys, I have a '48 Chevy truck that I have changed to front discs with a Mustang dual master cylinder. My master cylinder is in the stock location under the drivers floorboard. Has anyone done a remote reservoir refill for this application-i.e. has any one found a way to put a plastic reservoir on the firewall and plumb it to the master cylinder cover or body. Any ideas would help since I have destroyed my floor mat from folding it back to access the fill location. Thanks!!
Try getting ahold of these guys MPBrakes.Com - I don't know if this MP Kit would work or not...

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Thanks for the info-I will check with them and see if this will adapt to a Mustang
master cylinder. Dan
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