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Before you remove check that it even has a valve installed. Take a thin rod or cotter pin and insert it in the appropriate hole, if it stops right...
Yes, the line that feeds the front brakes
Or you can use your original drum master by removing the residual pressure valve from the front brake port
Google it, it's well documented and I had my car do it on one wheel when which had about 8 thou runout. They make tapered shims especially for...
Fact--------some do. Early 4 piston Corvette caliper will suck air in without displacing fluid if rotor runout is excessive, usually more then...
The scarebird brackets you got, why are there 4 holes where the bolts for ball joint/steering arm are? The 4 holes touch each other.
That is a BS answer. You should not need a cooler at all
You should not have to have a cooler
1965-67 Ford Mustang disc brakes on a Mopar, interesting
Asking because I've seen Fords that are impossible to remove drum from hub without drilling the studs
So wheres the line for HP cars? 383 is HP? 4 bbl cars HP?
How difficult was it to seperate the drum from the hub? Were the existing studs long enough after you installed the new rotor?
The pads may have shims which can cause them to be too thick. If they have shims (thin metal back side of pad) you can usually remove them
Looking at various B bodies it appears that you could have either 10" or 11" front drums. What determined whether you got 10" or 11"?
Not all drum masters will have the residual valves in them, for some reason. If it does have it you will know right away as the calipers will lock...
Disc brake kit moved wheels outward a little
You have it plumbed to the rear line, as long as that line remains feeding the rear brakes up to and after the dist block you are fine
I think you just have had 2 go bad, who knows how old the first one was and the second, well you bought from MBM (Pirate Jack) cheapest China...
Loose pad also causes noisy brakes. The squeal you hear at times is the metal back of the pad rubbing against the caliper body.
Chevy disc brakes...