> Is there a bolt in dual circuit master cylinder swap for my '48 3100?
> assume an adapter bracket is required, but what are the sources? I am
> running stock drum brakes, but would like to have the piece of mind
> that a
> dual circuit master cylinder would provide.
> Mike Klepp
> '48 3100
> Wichita Falls, TX
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and
In the May edition of Classic Trucks, Engineered Components, Inc out of
Vernon, CT (860-872-7046) offers both an adapter plate for a manual dual
m/c ($64.95), and a power brake conversion ($375.00) for both AD and TF
trucks. The power brake conversion looks pretty sharp; it includes a new
dual m/c, 7" booster, mounting bracket and hardware, but seems a bit
pricey. Both of their kits bolt into the original location, and both use
the stock pedal.
Has anyone tried either of these products, or know anything about ECI?
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