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Re: [oletrucks] master cylinder mounting revisited

To: Justin Hartman <justin_hartman@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] master cylinder mounting revisited
From: J and M Street <jmstreet@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 17 Jun 2000 22:09:18 -0700
I've got a brand new '55-'59 frame mount bracket/pedal assembly I'll sell for
$100.00 + shp. It uses a 7" GM booster and GM master cyl.(not included). I'm
not sure of the brand, maybe TCI. I got it from RB's Obsolete. I bought a
different frame that already had one installed and don't need it anymore. I
also have a new complete ECI front disk brake conversion kit (roller
bearings,brackets,rotors,calipers,the works) for '55-'59 with stock front end
for $275.00 + shp.  -Jeff

Jeff Street
Seattle, WA
'55-2 short/step "Street's Rod-project"

Justin Hartman wrote:

> I know that a power master cylinder can be mounted on the frame.  I've seen
> it done.  How is it accomplished?  Do you custom make a bracket and pedal
> assembly?  Do you buy a kit?  Has anyone done this.  My truck is a Tf and I
> am using the power brake booster from a 70's camaro.  Any help.
> Justin
> 55 2nd rod
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