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Derfly wrote at 2015-11-01 19:54:02
  In between the horizontal shafts of the clutch and brake pedals is a threaded plug that retains the shafts in master cylinder housing. Screw out plug and locator pin so you can slide out the clutch and brake lower shafts.This will give you more room to pull MC out from the top or bottom of car.

 P.S. I have replaced 3 MC's on my Grandfather's 50 Fleetline and lastly updated MC to 4 wheel disc brakes


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Don Mallinson

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Questions about most classic cars from the mid 50's through early 70's. Some repair questions, I am a decent home mechanic. I have more knowledge on Pontiacs and Chevy's but have some on all models. Also on storage, maintenance, detailing

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Have owned and worked on many classic cars in the years mentioned. Have won several national awards at car shows. Run a national car club for the Ford Taurus SHO, but have been active in many local/regional clubs. Have worked on my own cars for many years.

Organizations
SVTOA, POCI, SHO Club,

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Auto-X magazine (now called Grassroots Motorsports), Old Cars Weekly, SHO Registry, Dodge Cummins Diesel Register, Ford Powerstroke Registry. Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords.

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High School, College Degree (Bachelors). Continuing education.

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National awards for a 58 Impala, 66 Grand Prix, 71 Camaro, 72 Buick GS. all unrestored originals.

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