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  1. First generation 1960–1966 Chevy C10 Trucks
    I would like to upgrade to a Dual Master Cylinder from the factory Single Master Cylinder on my 1965 C10, which has four wheel drum brakes. The truck does have a brake booster and I need recommendations for the type/brand of Dual Master Cylinder that will work on my truck.
  2. Second generation 1967–1972 Chevy C10 Trucks
    I'm looking to convert the front drums to disks. I have quite a few questions. First, are they any other vehicles I can rob some spindles and such from? Conversion kits are so expensive so I was curious if I could get the necessary parts (such as spindles) from a junkyard. If anyone knows of any...
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    Hi, I have a 69 c10 with drum/drum that the brakes quit working on. I just redid the brakes. I change the wheel cylinders, shoes, and master cylinder. Adjusted the shoes till they barely drag and bled till no air bubbles. But when I went to drive it. I don’t have any brakes until the pedal is...
  4. Second generation 1967–1972 Chevy C10 Trucks
    In my 70 C10 I have installed a new master cylinder, new booster, new brake pads & rotors in front, new shoes, new wheel cylinders, new drums on the rear, new rubber lines from the frame to the calipers/wheel cylinders, new proportioning valve. I have bled all the air out of the lines as far as...
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