Excuse me for putting a Ford product as my subject, but I know that a lot of
people use this car for the front end of their project, as did I. Anyway,
does anyone know where I can get some diagrams for the mustang II front end?
Also, my front end isn't stock. I bought my truck with a bucket of parts,
as I mentioned in my last email, and in that bucket were two 11 inch 5 lug
disks and some caliper brackets. I bought a full front end from a local
scrap yard hopping to fill in the blanks of what I had with what I bought.
Well being that the disks are bigger the calipers need the brackets that I
got with the truck, but there is no hole in the brackets that correspond
with the ones in the calipers. If you understood what I just wrote, please
help me. I'd like to get my chassis rolling as soon as possible. I know I
can make it roll with out the calipers but why make if more difficult later?
1952 GMC Panel Truck
www.ida.net/users/markhe/jacobh/index.htm UPDATED (Again)
----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas M OBrien <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2000 8:50 PM
Subject: [oletrucks] Brake Bleeding
> I just got done installing a new brake system on the old Apache - new
> master cylinder, brake hoses, wheel cylinders, the whole nine yards...My
> problem is I've pumped about half a gallon of brake fluid through just
> one wheel cylinder with the Mityvac over a couple hours and I am still
> getting air through the lines. I double checked my shop manuals and I
> can't think of what else to do except hook up the system to a pressure
> bleeder, which I don't have access to; I still don't have any peddle
> pressure. Please help, I really want to get Big Red back on the road
> again sometime soon. Thanks for your help.
> Tom O
> 60 Apache K20
> P.S. Yes, I did bench bleed the master cylinder beforehand.
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