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On a 68 non-power m/c which outlet is for the rear and which is for the front brakes?
I belive the rear outlet(closest to firewall) is for the front and other is for the rear. On this m/c the small resivore is towards the firewall.:confused:
Thanx for the help.Dave.
 

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On a 68 non-power m/c which outlet is for the rear and which is for the front brakes?
I belive the rear outlet(closest to firewall) is for the front and other is for the rear. On this m/c the small resivore is towards the firewall.:confused:
Thanx for the help.Dave.
The large reservoir is for the disc brakes on front.

Al
 

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Well I ordered a 68 m/c for the disk brake swap on my 62,was told that m/c would work? and the front res. is biger then the rear res. I had gotten a drum- drum m/c and the resiviors are the same size. maybe something wrong hear?
 

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Do you have any pics of yours, typically the bigger reservoir is for the front with disc set up. I bought a replacement 68 master for manual disc, and it's larger then the standard drum MC but the front and rears are the same size. My 69's a different then the 68.

If anyone has pics of an OE 68 disc brake MC please post them.:yes:
 

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Mine is similar to that, only it's rounded at both ends, like yours is at the front and the patrician is in the center. I would think mine is wrong, yours looks to be correct IMO.
 

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From what I know they need a prop valve, and 68, & 69 are the same prop valve according to the parts book.
 
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