Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines Stainless Steel Drum Brake 1965-1966

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Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines Stainless Steel Drum Brake 1965-1966
Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines Stainless Steel Drum Brake 1965-1966 Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines Stainless Steel Drum Brake 1965-1966

Product Description

Stainless Steel Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with Drum Brakes.

If you want to upgrade your 1965-1966 Mustang with a single bowl master cylinder to a dual bowl master cylinder set-up, this kit will provide all the necessary pieces to do so. The small lines included are constructed from stainless steel and will hold their form and shine during the battle with the elements, time and through general wear and tear suffered from daily exposure.

Kit Includes:
- Stainless Steel Small Lines
- Plugs and Connectors

These short lines come with all the necessary plugs and connectors for a simple and straightforward installation process that you can trust. In conjunction with a new dual bowl master cylinder, these stainless steel lines connect everything together properly and securely, giving your 1965-1966 Mustang the jump to the far safer dual bowl master cylinder brake set-up. After this installation you will notice a significant increase in braking power and if there is a malfunction of some sort, i.e. the front brakes don’t work properly; the rear brakes will still function independently!

Here at CJ Pony Parts, our selection of Mustang parts is growing every year, with hundreds of new reproduction and aftermarket parts for Mustang enthusiasts to use on their restoration or modification projects, as well as some of the best Mustang accessories to enhance your favorite muscle car. Everything from key chains and exhaust kits to suspension systems and T-shirts. If it's anything Ford Mustang, think CJ Pony Parts first!

*Does NOT include new dual bowl master cylinder.

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Mustang Applications

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Single To Dual Bowl Master Cylinder Conversion Lines Stainless Steel Drum Brake 1965-1966 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality, but did not work for my application. I upgraded my 66 Mustang I6 to a dual bowl MC and purchased these brake lines to ease the installation. The quality is good, I purchased the stainless steel because for a couple more dollars it was worth it. The lines came without kinks and bent to near perfect. Unfortunately, the distribution block in my 66 did not work with the rear reservoir line. Coming out of the MC was the right size, but going into the distribution block it was not. CJ supplied me with a 3/8 sized connector when I needed a 7/16. The line coming from my stock MC was also 1/4 sized where as the one in the kit was 3/16 line. I'm assuming the stock setup required a larger line coming out of the MC since it needed to be able to pressurize all 4 brakes, where as now it only needed to supply 2 per line. A quick trip to the local auto store solved my problem, as I just bought a simple "T" brake line connector with 3/8 connectors all around. It even worked out better since I didn't need to plug one of the ports on my original distribution block. Overall, great product. But just like what Bill says in the video, be prepared that it might not work 100% with your setup.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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Product Questions

Are the master cylinder connections on these lines 3/8" and 1/2"? Thank you.

Asked by: blueoval50
Yes they are, I needed an adapter for my pro portioning valve which threw off the geometry, but I made it fit.
Answered by: Texasbdog
Date published: 2016-04-14

Can I request the fitting on the line from the master cylinder to the distribution block come in the bigger 1/4" size on the distribution block side?

Asked by: Paul13859603
Unfortunately, we don't have that available.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-11

will this work on a front disc rear drum conversion?

Asked by: rockhillrock
No, it's only going to work on cars with drums all around.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-30

Are there lines for this kit for a 9/16" & 1/2" connection to the master?

Asked by: JohnMalone3113

Are these designed to go from the duel cylinder directly to the proportioning valve beside the old single bowl cylinder?

Asked by: brads 65gt

How do these lines connect at the end opposite master Cylinder

Asked by: tresamigos

Hey, do I need also a Brake Combination Valve Disc/Drum? My Mustang is from 1966 and can I set up the master booster with the original bracke pedal?

Asked by: Kristian
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