Any advise on removing the driver side rear brake drum. Also any guidance on installing a master cylinder on a 47 p15 4door , when I took the tire off there was brake fluid on the back of the steel wheel. As I recall the floor on the driver side was repaired and I think I'll NEED to cut an access if I NEED to go down from the top. Years ago l changed the brake lines, hoses, and wheel cylinders but not the master cylinder. I used silicone brake fluid.The brake pedal is on the floor, any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks Andy Coukos
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I'm not experienced with the little things like should you flush out the old fluid yet I think I would that will flush out ant water as well and then your new fluid is not a mixture. Some change all fluids in their cars annually I do not..
i do not have an opinion on silicone as opposed to standard .fluid.
Thanks once again , in a couple of days I have to move my car to another garage about 35 miles away. Thanks to you as well as some other members guidance my 47p15 now runs and rolls, just doesn't stop yet. I"m really looking forward to actually driving it again.
Take care Andy
It always takes a while, stay with it, I really enjoy my truck.
Andy Coukos posted a topic in Mopar Flathead Truck ForumThanks for any guidance, Andy