This thread contains the part numbers of the Weatherhead part numbers that I used. I needed the same ones for a dual-circuit upgrade using a 1967 drum MC and for a disc conversion/upgrade using a 1973 disc MC.
This booster work with dual reservoir master cylinder?
Once again I am reopening an ancient post because it has taken me so long to actually do the work on my car. I am actually in the middle of a full brake job right now and it includes subbing a dual master for a single. Based on this thread two years ago I bought the Inline Tube line and block kit and now that that I am actually trying to use it I am finding it is basically worthless. The lines screw into the master but they are way too long and the brass block bears no resemblance to where my current lines are. I want to reuse the existing block, plug the hole where the line to the rear used to be similar to the photo from @mr. fix it. I will buy and bend new pre-finished 3/16" lines to work but my problem is connecting them to the master. The front and rear holes on master are different, larger sizes and I will need adapters to connect the pre-finished lines. Does anyone know the thread sizes needed for these adapters and a good source? TIA
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I think you have the wrong master cylinder. You do know you can bend the lines from the master to the brass block so they line up, don't you? There is really no way they can be too long. . .
Well I guess then the kit must be for a 300 and not a Monaco although I would think they would be identical.I don't know why you are having such a hassle with this. I installed a dual master cylinder using the parts from Inline Tube (dual lines and brass block) on my '66 300. Everything fit perfectly. I used a '68 dual master from RockAuto. Everything hooked up perfectly. I think you have the wrong master cylinder. You do know you can bend the lines from the master to the brass block so they line up, don't you? There is really no way they can be too long. . .
@rapidtrans , sorry this is an old thread from 2018 but I am doing this swap and had purchased the same Inline Tube kit you showed. It does not even come close to fitting as is, what am I missing here?