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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old Dec 19th, 13, 03:00 AM Thread Starter
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I've looked in CRG and AIM and cannot find a pic or diagram showing my 67 RS/SS 350 Power Brakes front disc/rear drum plumbing..I need to see all the lines hooked up on the Master Cyl; the Metering valve; dist.block..
Wanting to put everything back as original..have bought the MS and Booster Kit complete..Could someone steer me to the right place to see the original set up or a picture of one..Thanks!!
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AIM, UPC 5, then options J50 & J52.

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Also on the CRG website, quite explicit.
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Also on the CRG website, quite explicit.
hmmm..I was sure I looked at everything concerning brakes in the CRG..did not see a print nor picture of the Master Cylinder and Booster Assembly that goes on my SS350..I will look again..I need to SEE the line hook-ups to everything..
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AIM, UPC 5, then options J50 & J52.
Yeah Everett..I found that page J52-A2 this afternoon and it all looks like my asm'y. except it doesn't show with Booster..Does that matter? Thanks
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Seen this yet?


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Here's what they look like on a '69. I'm pretty sure they are the same. [IMG][/IMG]

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Yeah Don..but J52-A2 is much clearer..Thanks anyway
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Here's what they look like on a '69. I'm pretty sure they are the same. [IMG][/IMG]
Option page J52-A2 in the AIM shows different hook-ups for 67..Thanks anyway Brian..
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Wait a second. I always thought 67 cars (all of them) had single systems. Standing by for edification,,,,,,,,,

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67's had dual master cyls same as 68 - 69's. I think all cars had to have dual braking starting in 67 by law. A lot of new safety laws were enacted for 67 including Brake warning lights, emergency flashers, seat belts became a mandatory option.

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Thanks David. I'm still not so sure. My brothers 67 442 has a single system too. Off to Google I go.

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Here's one. Duals required starting Jan 1, 1968.
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Wait a second. I always thought 67 cars (all of them) had single systems. Standing by for edification,,,,,,,,,
67 Camaros never came with a single reservoir M.C.

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67 Camaros never came with a single reservoir M.C.
I'll be damn. So, it's like 69's with locking steering columns a year before they were required.

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