I have Bendix all around on my '50 with 70 Stang non power dual master. Also
run kevlar composite shoes. While it stops very well normally, a trial panic
ot 65 couldn't get me off the binders fast enough. Add to this wet roads, N.J.
tolls, or frozen fog and it gets scary. I will be putting in a proportioning
this winter to cut down on ther rears with empty load
50 Chevy 3100
52 GMC 150.
> In a message dated 10/23/00 7:44:31 AM Central Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << Braking system...good luck again trying to get your hucks brakes on the
> front to work with the modern rear. I hear a proportioning valve will be
> needed at least. I am not sure if this is a big deal or not. >>
> I have Hucks in front and Bendix on the rear with a non-power dual M/C from a
> Nova. I used no proportioning valve and the brakes work great. Plenty of
> stopping power.
> << Drive Shaft.. You might get real lucky and find a driveshaft that is the
> proper length. Probably not, so there is the expense of a custom driveshaft.>>
> I used a shaft longer than I needed (none were correct length) and had it cut
> down, welded and balanced for $60. No problems.
> Mike Klepp
> '48 3100
> Wichita Falls, TX
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