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Username Post: master cylinder        (Topic#353335)
feffin 
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feffin
Loc: Victoria B.C. Canada
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10-07-18 11:35 AM - Post#2748061    

I am using a 1969 Chevelle master brake cylinder in my 1952 Chev BelAir under floor mount.The master is from a 69 Chevelle with disc brakes and rear drums with matching priority valve.To plumb the brake lines I would like to know which section of the master reservoir supplies the front brakes/and rear.As far as I can tell the front reservoir section supplies the front and the rear to the rear.Both front and rear reservoirs appear to have the same volume.I am looking for confirmation before I spend time plumbing in the hyd lines.Thanks for any replies.



 

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Shepherd 
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Loc: Lake George, NY
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10-07-18 12:08 PM - Post#2748063    
    In response to feffin

On my 51 Belair I have the m/c on the firewall. Same m/c as yours, the rear port is connected to the rear prop valve port, then to the rear brakes. With your set up you need residual valves for both front and rear, 2# ft, 10# rear.



 
feffin 
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10-07-18 12:11 PM - Post#2748064    
    In response to Shepherd

O.K...thanks for the reply and I have the residual valves...Alf J.



 

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