Still trying to figure out the most economical way to get functional brakes,
this gets complicated.
OK, I'm attempting to redo a '72 Spit where the DPO dumped the original dual
m/c and replaced it with a single m/c (actually a clutch m/c). I've got a
'76 small cap m/c (thanks Terry) that I want to use (why, because I have
it). The pipe threads on the '76 m/c are different from those on the '72
large cap m/c. If you check out the catalogs, it seems that the differences
between the 2 systems are; the m/c's, the pipes/lines from the m/c to the
pressure differential switch, and the pd switch. It appears that from the pd
switch out to the front and rear brakes are the same for either system. So,
stay with me, there will be a test later <BG>, if I use the '76 m/c, the '76
lines, and the '76 pd switch, everything should screw together ?? If
correct, the differences between the '72 and '76 pressure diff switch
involve the threads, the m/c side has the new threads (metric) and the brake
side has the old threads.
Any help would be appreciated. My brain is hurting from all this work, it
must be Miller time!!