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Old 08-30-2012, 01:00 PM
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In need of pictures

I bought a 1950 F1 pickup that needed brakes. I put in new ss brake lines and have rebuilt all the wheel cylinders. The truck did not have the master in it when I bought it and I need pictures to see how my new one is supposed to go in. Also pictures of where to attach the reutn spring would be helpful as well.
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You might have better luck posting in the right forum. This is for 57-60. Move up one more row on the forum start page to the 48-56 group. Sounds like a shop manual is in your futur as well!
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jez Spur, i was gonna go crawl under the MH and get him some pics. plus i didnt know how to tell him that he was in the wrong place. i guess i should have just told him like you did. thought maybe we could peel one away from the other side. o well
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