I have a 1969 toyota landcruiser i have replaced the master brake cylinder 3 times

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Asked by Jan 26, 2010 at 03:05 PM about the 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

bled the brakes several times but still when i get in the pedal sinks to the floor any ideas the brake cylinders are all dry!!!

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might want to check your brake lines and wheel cylinders what are in your drums or get some clamps and put them on the rubber brake lines

Did you try adjusting all the brakes, They have dual adjusters on each wheel, you have to adjust primary and secondary shoes untill the wheel is tight and back off each one just a little untill the wheel has a very slight drag, it's time consuming but the pedal should come up,just make sure the adjusters are free and well lubricated

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