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The arm on the motor is removable and I believe it will fit on either way. So if you turn the motor 180 degrees and turn the arm too it should work.
 

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Why would you want to do it, turn it 180?
I had to turn my wiper motor to clear my power booster/dual master off a Geo Storm. You turn the wiper motor & mount & its a 10 minute job, no holes to drill!
At least on my 62 S.C., simple mod.
 

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I had to turn my wiper motor to clear my power booster/dual master off a Geo Storm. You turn the wiper motor & mount & its a 10 minute job, no holes to drill!
At least on my 62 S.C., simple mod.
Forgot to mention, just the p.booster was from the Geo or Suzuki, either fits with not much work, my MC is off a late 90's Mustang GT, you can get one of these aluminum MC;s off a number of fords, Cr.Vics, Mustangs, etc. This MC bolts right to the p.booster too. I;m running Wilwood 4 piston front discs & the Explorer, single piston rears, makes for a killer brake set up!
 

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I had to turn my wiper motor to clear my power booster/dual master off a Geo Storm. You turn the wiper motor & mount & its a 10 minute job, no holes to drill!
At least on my 62 S.C., simple mod.
I also used the Geo booster and master cylinder setup. I kept the stock brakes and attached the three lines that were hooked to the junction block up to the Geo master cylinder and it works very well. I had clearance problems with the wiper motor also. I ended up shifting the motor about an inch to the right and extending the linkage rod to fit. Had to do a little cutting, but it works as well as ever.
 
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