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Old January 4th, 2015, 01:27 AM
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Dual Master Cylinder.

What does everyone think? Shouldn't our treasurer and "Dual Master Cylinder" person JEFF be responsible for putting together a comprehensive post on this process. Might even need to have a show and tell on someone's car real soon. Since this issue is known by some in this club to be so critical to safety, maybe we could take up some offerings to purchase some more of the necessary parts. Bless your heart Jeff, we love you a bunch.
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Old January 4th, 2015, 11:12 AM
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... or I could just paste a link to Dick's excellent write up about the process:

http://www.cometeastcarclub.org/PDFs...erCylinder.pdf

I think the only bit it is missing is is you choose to use a mechanical brake light switch rather than the stock pressure switch.

I would also recommend this kit to avoid running around searching for the hard to find adapters or flare nuts:

http://www.cjponyparts.com/tech-dual...ylinder/a/147/

That was easier than I thought
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Went to find this link for someone and found it doesnít work any more.
Does anyone happen to have the pdf?
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This one look pretty good if you donít want to redo your lines. The only two things I would change...

1) use the correct sized fittings on the MC rather than the reducing adapters shown (free to paid club members)
2) consider using the mechanical brake light switch on the peddle from 1970s Ford truck rather than the pressure switch off the additional T-fitting

http://www.webewebbiers.com/Dualmcconversion.pdf
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There goes Jeff again trying to 'peddle' those F100 brake light switches as though they were Falcon switches.

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