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I finished this up over the weekend and it was well worth it!, much better braking now




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NICE !!


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Nice job. Looks like the master cylinder tucked in nice. Which kit did you use? Did the brake lines fit without any bending or cutting? I've been wanting to do the same conversion.


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Nice job. Looks like the master cylinder tucked in nice. Which kit did you use? Did the brake lines fit without any bending or cutting? I've been wanting to do the same conversion.
i got the conversion kit from BelAirBob on e-bay ( member here too) $585 shipped
the front hard lines from Right Stuff prebent for the kit @ $70 shipped
i did have to adapt the rear hardline (different size fitting on porp valve & entered from the back)

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