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Old 02-20-2013, 09:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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this has probably been asked before, but could not find,looking to change my single master cyl. on my 65 vert. to a dual, can i use a 67 master cyl.??will it bolt to fire wall, and what else must be done? wannt to stay with drum brakes for now
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need A 67 manual drum master, a 3/16" plug and a couple of lines. You can either buy complete short straight lines and bend to fit, or you can buy long ones, cut and double flare them on. A couple of Mustang parts vendors sell conversion lines, but The last ones I bought wouldn't fit. You need to keep your original push rod . Whereabouts in N.Y. ?
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I'll be doing the same swap this weekend, and will be posting pics of the steps. I have all drums, but am going to convert to discs in the near future- so I'll be installing a disc/drum MC.

The article at this link (and the people on this site) has been pretty helpful as far as giving me an idea of what I needed...
http://www.kastang.info/reference/Dualmcconversion.pdf
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thanks for the info, will be doing that before warm weather. I lice in greene county N.Y. 25 mi. south of Albany
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