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From: Daven Anderson
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
Date: July 13, 2002
I use the '73-78 B-body type manual disc master cyl. in my 1960 Plymouth (front discs), and a '67-69 B-body manual drum master cyl. in my 1961 Plymouth (front drums). Both of these bolted directly to the firewall,and I used adjustable pushrods. Since I had to put an aftermarket proportioning valve (Summit) in my '61 to get correct brake pedal action (due to the fact that Total Contact brakes have dual front wheel cyl's and use more fluid than the later front brakes with single wheel cyl's),I would recommend the '73-78 disc master cyl. for drum cars as well.