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Unread postPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2008 5:21 am 
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Adapters to install dual brake master cylinders on your bus! :cool:

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On the left is the "sample" part, on the right is the freshly made one. These are priced at $30 + S/H. :smile:

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So I take it that my original adapter that I let Bill borrow to take to you is no longer needed?


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Correct! :cool:

Got the dimensions all taken and drawn for future reference. Thanks! :razz:

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So to convert a single circuit m/c on pre-67 buses you would just need your adapter, the longer bolts, a 71+ dual m/c and the elusive Rabbit or Volvo 144 reservoir?

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OB Bus wrote:
So to convert a single circuit m/c on pre-67 buses you would just need your adapter, the longer bolts, a 71+ dual m/c and the elusive Rabbit or Volvo 144 reservoir?


yes. and maybe a couple brake lines.

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pyrOman wrote:
Correct! :cool:

Got the dimensions all taken and drawn for future reference. Thanks! :razz:


Your welcome, anytime. Good to hear it came in handy!


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BTW, I have what I believe to be a NOS German ATE fat chick disc brake master cyl if anyone is interested. $40.
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Dan wrote:
BTW, I have what I believe to be a NOS German ATE fat chick disc brake master cyl if anyone is interested. $40.
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'68-'70 or later???

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Dan wrote:
BTW, I have what I believe to be a NOS German ATE fat chick disc brake master cyl if anyone is interested. $40.
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what is part number on the box? the one i got from you is wrong one for this application. the holes for reservoir are further apart than volvo/rabbit. this means it is for 2 separate reservoir application where 1 on MC and another up inside cab.

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OB Bus wrote:
Dan wrote:
BTW, I have what I believe to be a NOS German ATE fat chick disc brake master cyl if anyone is interested. $40.
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'68-'70 or later???


Sorry just re-read your post...since it is for a disc brake application that would be for 71+. Bill I read on one of the dual conversion threads that there is a way to make the 68-70 work...and that may be what you have. Somewhere in the garage I have a brand new yet-to-be-installed m/c for my '69. I can dig up the number this evening.

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robzkombi wrote:
So I take it that my original adapter that I let Bill borrow to take to you is no longer needed?


yes. that is the adapter i borrowed from you so pyro could make adapter for club bus dual master cylinder.

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bill may wrote:
Dan wrote:
BTW, I have what I believe to be a NOS German ATE fat chick disc brake master cyl if anyone is interested. $40.
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what is part number on the box? the one i got from you is wrong one for this application. the holes for reservoir are further apart than volvo/rabbit. this means it is for 2 separate reservoir application where 1 on MC and another up inside cab.


I'll have to check when I get home.
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Do you guys ever just pick up and use a phone?

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Do you guys ever just pick up and use a phone?


no but i did in the 20th century. :lmaorotf:

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bill may wrote:
suebug wrote:
Do you guys ever just pick up and use a phone?


no but i did in the 20th century. :lmaorotf:



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i have a used 1967 vw bus master on shelf in my garage if anyone wants to install a rebuild kit. kits usually $15 or so.

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