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Old 11-17-2005, 08:33 AM
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The master cylinder NEEDS to be matched to the front brakes and the rear brakes.....and I remember you wanting to use a disc brake Camaro the Caprice ( which had rear drum brakes ) is NOT the correct one. With a disc brake upgrade on the front and will need a master cylinder designed for disc brakes on BOTH ends.....

The Caprice column may work.......but are large, bulky and unattractive IMHO.

A lot of rodders use the Chevy/GMC van tilt is smaller, NO key in the column and has a neutral start switch mounted on it. They also have the gear shift selector indicator on it ( lighted )...

I have one in my 32.....
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