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All done now, no leaks, all adjusted, new stainless lines and all new hoses. I took the opurtuninty to replace my rear wheel bearings, grease seals and rear brake cylinders. I also blasted my rear drums and painted with drum paint. She stops great now! The only thing left is to replace my worn pedal cover!





 

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Great work. One thing you can say about the 65 Galaxie..."They Cleans up nice"!

What paint did you use on the calipers? I thought about it a couple of times, but figured it would either burn off or discolor sooner or later. Most of the ones from vendors or factory are powder coated.

 

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On 2006-03-15 08:34, Garreett0 wrote:
who did you get the conversion from?
Look real close at the picture, its a Master Power (MP) kit. The use mostly factory type parts, so replacment down the line is not going to be difficult.

http://www.mpbrakes.com/
 

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Yes, MP brakes was the kit I used, used classic tubes for the new lines. for the calipers I used a Duplicoler brake caliper brush on kit, for the drums I used VHT Drum & caliper sparay paint.
 
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