Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Kit - Non Power Drum Brakes Stainless 1965-1966

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Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Kit - Non Power Drum Brakes Stainless 1965-1966

Dual bowl brake master cylinder conversion kit with stainless steel lines for 1965-1966 Mustang with non-power drum brakes.This kit allows you to upgrade your single bowl brake master cylinder to a modern, safer dual bowl without any extensive line bending or modifications. Includes pre-bent lines and a fully remanufactured master cylinder.

Please Note: The original push rod from your single bowl master cylinder must be reused to provide the correct pedal height and drive for the new master cylinder. Do not use the one included with the dual bowl master cylinder.

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Does what it's supposed to do...
Installing was super-easy (keep in mind: no benchbleeding-kit included, so you have to bench bleed the master cylinder using the two blue plugs using the "push-hold-and wait for bubbles- technique"). The stainless steel lines are easy to bend by hand and did fit.
Siegfried September 4, 2014
This was very easy to install for the right price. I have a 65 Mustang coupe.Pulling the old single master off and placing the new dual master cylinder in its place. followed the instructions by using the old push rod from the single master cylinder. the lines that come with this kit are use less though. I had to go to Advance Auto and got 2 lines from them to bend and make the lines that would got to the distribution box part#(PAA-0370) and the other with the right fittings to and from the new dual master cylinder. This should not be sold as a kit for this application or make the right lines for it. I took a coat hanger to make the right bends prior to bending the new lines to ensure right fit. don't forget you will need line bender and flange kit since you will have to cut one end of the line for the right length. I would send pics of the process for those who may come across this upgrade but don't know were to dwn load.
Rick April 6, 2013
Easy installation but get yourself a tubing bender
This is an easy and prudent safety modification for 65-66 Mustangs. Relying on a single bowl system may be original but is not safe. This kit makes changing to a safer dual bowl system very easy. The instructions aren't as good as the kit. They're written as though the drum and disc brake systems were the same, which they are not. Also, you will need to tweak the hardlines and the stainless tubing is REALLY STIFF. I like the standard steel lines. Use a plier-type tubing bender for a nice fit.
Bruce Kawaguchi August 21, 2012
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