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I converted to DOT 5 and while the pedal travels a bit farther, and slightly more pedal pressure is required, my master cylinder is still shiny...
Where are they leaking?
Be aware that at some point they changed the design from thread in to press in (consensus seems to be late 73 to early 74) and sometimes its: A-...
Is that the one where they machined one of the brackets to 1/10 of an inch thick?
Tuff wheel was available on a B body in 1970.
Is this a factory Mopar steering wheel?
The bowtie reference is somewhat troubling.
A gm wheel will not work on a Mopar column (except maybe a...
Isn't relocating the perches MUCH easier than cutting and welding the frame?
Not sure if all do but some of those shock studs unscrew.
Not really a proportioning valve, but the splitter valve with lines package is on ebay.Might be easier to find parts for an OEM F/M/J disk...
That's the one I was talking about.
There is a splitter block on 67's not shown in Mike's pic.They are on ebay.
...and don't forget to thread a nut on those U bolts (or better yet a die) before you cut them.
I have a pair of what I believe are '74's.Was kind of holding on to those just in case.
If they cross-thread and you crank on them, the arm cracks real easy.Usually a hairline crack that's almost impossible to see, but the BJ just...
Also be careful as the threaded BJ and arm was replaced at some point with a pressed in version.There has been some debate about when this...
that was the buzzer sound not a baby cryingI meant that it sucked that it only lasted 1 year.
Wah, wah, wah, waaaaaaaah.Dang.
OK, I'm curious.Where and/or haw many times do you put the press and how much pressure do you use?
Actually, right after I welded up the pitted areas on a set, I found cheap ones both on ebay and at the local Advance.Grrr.
Last time I looked (it's been a while), ceramic pads were available for sliders...but not pins.If that's a consideration.