convert to disc brakes on 1967 ford galaxy

Asked by Jun 13, 2016 at 01:11 PM about the 1967 Ford Galaxie

Question type: Car Customization

Put new disc brakes on all 4 wheels can't get enough pressure to rear
brakes. Is there an adjustment  on master cylinder ?

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The Kit should have a new master cylinder the piston size is an important engineering design element between disk and drum brakes the piston size in addition to a different portioning valve these are all designed together or function suffers. LIST OF TYPICAL KIT. 1 POWER BRAKE BOOSTER WITH FIREWALL BRACKETS AND CLEVIS ROD 1 DUAL BOWL MASTER CYLINDER 2 CALIPERS WITH PADS AND MOUNTING BRACKETS 2 RUBBER BRAKE HOSES 1 PROPORTIONING VALVE WITH BRACKETS AND LINES 2 ROTORS drilled and slotted with an anodized finish ALL BEARINGS, SEALS, AND HARDWARE 1 REAR DISC KIT FITS SMALL NINE AND LARGE BEARING 9 INCH HOUSING.

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