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  1. Classic Cougar Tech
    My brand new master cylinder only seems to be cycling fluid through the rear reservoir (front brakes) when I bench bleed it. Does anyone have any ideas to get it working? I included a picture showing my bench bleeding process.
  2. Classic Cougar Tech
    Hi All, 1/2 way through changing out my brake distribution block/proportioning valve. (Getting the booster out of the way was not fun). Just put in the block. Since it will be filled with air and I will be re-bleeding all four corners, do I even need to bother filling the master and bleeding...
  3. Classic Cougar Tech
    I have a 67 which was originally a 4 wheel manual drum brake car. I am in process of a modification to a coyote swap with TCI suspension with rack and pinion steering and 4 wheel power disc brakes. I need to relocate the master cylinder to clear the engine. At minimum, I need to move it a couple...
  4. Classic Cougar Tech
    I have a 1968 cougar xr-7 that I am restoring for my first car. I installed a new booster and master cylinder and I am still having issues braking. When I apply pressure on the pedal I feel the power brakes work and the car begins to stop easily. Then the pedal goes a little more than half way...
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