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Old 12-28-2018, 03:43 AM
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My radiator hoses are -16.
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I like muscle cars a lot and this camaro looks great wonder I had one
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Old 12-28-2018, 04:48 AM
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I used -20 hoses on mine
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One vote for -16, one for -20.
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Front brake lines done, good learning experience.
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One vote for -16, one for -20.
How about -16 top and -20 lower? Seems most factory radiators always had larger lower hoses anyway right?
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^Did not know that, I will discuss with my buddy who will fab it up.



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Slammed silverado .

I had a used set of 15x14 Draglite powdercoated matte black, they look pretty cool. I got the idea from your car, with the black Convo Pros.

Now I'm wondering, so I get a set of matching fronts.....

Did you mean TXsilverado?
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Yeah.....
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What matter cylinder is this? What is the bore size? Is there an oem application that its from?
I really need to ditch the cast iron pig that is on my car.
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Old 01-13-2019, 11:17 AM
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It was not direct bolt in, it's the Jegs one for our cars. I had to slot it to get it to fit over the factory studs. Based one me asking on FB, this is typical.

But, but, but, I don't know if there is a direct fit manual master for drag brakes. Maybe Wilwood?
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It was not direct bolt in, it's the Jegs one for our cars. I had to slot it to get it to fit over the factory studs. Based one me asking on FB, this is typical.

But, but, but, I don't know if there is a direct fit manual master for drag brakes. Maybe Wilwood?
I had to do the same thing to my Strange master. Same basic design. When I was looking for a "factory" cheaper alternative the 1977 Volare looked identical. Not sure of the bore size though.
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I had a Strange, was not direct fit, got a Jegs, and they looked identical so I returned the Strange one. The Jegs kit came with an adapter plate that I didn't use.
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I put up wall insulation this weekend, anything to help keep the garage a usable space during our winter.

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Was your car a manual master cyc before? Just curious if you need to a support for the master cycle to keep from firewall flex.
I know with my car i had to and it made a world of difference in pedal fell. I also have did a cowl delete tho. Just curious
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Yeah it had manual master + drum brakes before. I don't know if there will be flex, I hope not lol.
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Just read all 26 pages, I hope to see this thing at lsfest this year. Good thread PSJ.
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Thanks that's the plan.

Now should I show up on 28's or big tires. .....
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Go big or go home!


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Heheh. Big tires have really grown on me.

This weekend is kinda shot with kid's hockey stuff, but we are going to finish up the BS I can do at the house REALLY SOON. My buddy and I might block out a few days next week. I might take some time OFF.
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