Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 11:02:15 -0400
From: "GH" <Nomailnopsamam.ever>
Subject: Re: 1968 model 96 master cylinder

When I pulled the master cylinder, I had to hone the cylinder due to pitting on the surface inside the barrel. I then used the rebuild kit you speak of. Save the labels for a batch deal. I find more stuff that I need every day. I also need the center front bumper piece. Mine is quite warped. I also need a lens for the front turning signal. Thanks! -GH <> wrote in message news:al58jo$1ngmao$ > Someone who looks an awful lot like GH <Nomailnopsamam.ever> wrote: > > I believe that my master cylinder is unusable, because though the brakes > > catch when I apply the pedal quickly, when pressure is applied gradually the > > pedal goes almost all the way to the floor. Might be over-honed, but I'm > > not too sure. Anybody run into this before? > > Have you rebuilt it? Beck-Arnley distributors used to have rebuild kits, > I would think they still do. > > Dave > > PS I looked for grilles, the only one I have is pretty battered for that > range. The little dashboard labels I have, did you want them right away or > should I set them aside for some kind of batch-deal? > >

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