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Old 12-01-2010, 06:40 PM
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Master cylinder is the stock 82 that my Elky came with, everything is stock up to the stainless steel hoses at the calipers. The front spindles are stock units here is a picture from my site of it modified with the bracket HERE I got the brackets from Ed Miller who started up http://www.flynbye.com I think he has a bracket that does not require the cutting I did to the rearend. http://www.flynbye.com/catalog/c7_p1.html < here is all of his G Body stuff.

No the ebrake is not hooked up right now. I have some ideas but zero time to play with them. I want to do it but other [sarcasm] 'funner' [/sarcasm] things keep getting in my way.

One the things I wanted to do was keep the custom parts to a minimum. With the exception of the bracket for the fronts and hoses at all 4 corners I've done that. I can get replacement parts for everything else at any Chevy dealer or most auto parts stores.
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Hey Doug I have Seville rear disc kit that a bought from Performance on Line on my 81 Grand Camino and they have not worked right from the beginning.
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Rob,
Do you have any photos of the front brake lines, the ones I got from flynbye seem long
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MErry Christmas
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I don't but I'll see what I can do tomorrow. My first set were too long (my fault) and they got damaged so I had to have another set done. I'll see if I can get a length also.
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Sorry Bruce I was running late yesterday and didn't get to the El Camino. I'll take a look Monday and post up.
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