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Username Post: Anyone have a diagram for brake lines for a '67 drums only        (Topic#357610)
Eth727 
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08-11-19 04:47 PM - Post#2772983    

Hey guys I have a '60 that I'm putting a dual master cylinder just drum brakes only. I need to put new brake lines and need a diagram for a '67.
Thanks



 
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sz0k30 
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08-12-19 06:07 AM - Post#2773007    
    In response to Eth727

Your post doesn't make any sense.



 
Eth727 
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08-12-19 09:04 AM - Post#2773025    
    In response to sz0k30

I'm putting a '67 dual master cylinder with drum brakes on my '60. I'd like to put new brake lines just how it was for a '67 not 60. I just want to see if it's routed the same way. Someone told me 67 brake lines were routed a different way than a 60.



 
100 CHEVY 
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08-12-19 10:15 AM - Post#2773037    
    In response to Eth727

Since your 60 has an x-frame and a 67 has an H- frame,it's going to be difficult to use those brake lines.You will need to re-bend the lines to fit.
The 67 lines run along the inside of the drivers side frame rail.
At the rear,the line turns out on the swing arm cross member to the distribution block on the right side of the rear axle.
At the front,the line comes up the frame to the frame mounted distribution block just behind the a-arm.
The 2 lines from the master go to the block on the frame.
The front wheel lines run from the block to the left front wheel and across the engine crossmember to the right front wheel.
I believe there's a drawing in the support section under suspension.Never mind,I couldn't find anything there!
Mike.

"You gonna leave it like that?
http://www.picturetrail.com/100chevy


Edited by 100 CHEVY on 08-12-19 10:32 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
Eth727 
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08-12-19 04:19 PM - Post#2773069    
    In response to 100 CHEVY

Yeah I will be making my own custom lines especially for the rear brake system. I didn't know about the H-frame until now. It might be easier to follow my original line with longer one.



 
100 CHEVY 
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08-12-19 04:34 PM - Post#2773071    
    In response to Eth727

For what it's worth,I bought my 67 power brake master cylinder at O'Reiley's.
I took the distribution block off my 67 Impala parts car.
I bought the new lines from In-Line tube along with a few extra fittings.
All this was to change my 65 to the dual master system.
Mike.

"You gonna leave it like that?
http://www.picturetrail.com/100chevy


 
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