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Jim Turner's T-Cab disc brakes

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  • tomnoller
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    Yes, I'd done the dual m/c conversion when I had the cab off. I had a brake line rupture in a '58 chebby I drove 30 years ago and ever since that frightening moment of smacking the car ahead, fresh brakes have been #1 on my list.

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  • DilloCrafter
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    Tom,
    Did you change out the master cylinder, too, to one of the dual m/c's that Jim Turner recommends?

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    Jim Turner's T-Cab disc brakes

    These things are great! A snap to install and what a difference in stopping for the ol' 62. Worth every penny and the plan is to use the truck much more now that I'm confident it'll stop when I need to.
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