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Re: Brake Conversion Troubleshooting Woes!
All cars had a distribution block. The disk brake cars also received the golf ball hold off valve and a delay valve under the car near the rear axle. Anything added on a disk brake system would dampen the rear drum brakes to work with the disks.
The first thing I would do, is attempt to witness that the rear brakes are receiving pressure at the master cylinder. Loosen the line at the master cylinder and have some one pump the brakes once and hold the pedal down until you retighten the line or it will suck air in to the system at that point. There should be a solid blast of fluid. If it does, Iíd keep working each line towards the rear to see if youíre losing pressure from the system. If you do not have a solid blast of fluid, your brake pedal and brake pushrod have some problem.
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