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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-13-2017, 02:57 PM Thread Starter
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Question Paint Power Booster/MC Together?

I plan to re-build a Midland-Ross power booster and mate it to a new master cylinder.


As I understand it - I need to paint both together (semi-gloss black).
Do I paint the shiny brass MC cover?


(Daisy is a Aug '66 build at Detroit)


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Yep....painted semi gloss black as an assembly.
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and the cover too?

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and the cover too?
yes. as stated paint as an assembly. btw the lid is not brass but gold zinc dichromate plated steel.
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I have seen it stated her before to paint them all black, but the MCA detailing guide calls for the MC to be natural. Any thoughts?

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