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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-24-2019, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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69 GTO Manual drum brakes

Planning to replace master cylinder and a few brake parts due to age. Last master cylinder change was about 20 years ago. I remember unhooking push rod from brake pedal to remove it but don't remember how push rod and boot were held in place on the new master cylinder to reinstall it. Just asking before I get started.
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I thought manual drum brake masters just fell off the firewall once the 2 bolts were loose ???
I dont think you even need to be under the dash ....

Buy a master with bleeder valves so it looks original

or if your looking for an original .I have one.. I can send it to https://whitepost.com/#hometop for a rebuild

it might even be time for a power booster ... depending on your driving conditions ... habits..the driver.. and
the originality of your car ... oh and maybe your motors vacuum ....

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