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1934 to 1936 Auburn Dual Master Cylinder

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15 May 2017 11:13 #32951 by Curt Schulze
Replied by Curt Schulze on topic 1934 to 1936 Auburn Dual Master Cylinder
If you are looking for an original 34-36 master cylinder that has been bored and has a stainless steel sleeve inserted and a proper kit , it is available. send me a PM

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16 May 2017 00:37 #32962 by ilikescars
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I would also love to see if someone has installed this on a 34-36 Auburn. If so, offer a schematic.
My 72 Chevy dump truck blew a line and I ran into a school bus. (Buses are well built , broken tail light on the bus, but the front clip on my truck was caved-in)

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17 May 2017 12:02 #32980 by Curt Schulze
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Steel brake lines rust, copper or cunifer does not.

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18 May 2017 04:04 #32989 by mikespeed35
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I have found Cunifer bends very nicely but is hard to get to seal. I would still us it though.
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18 May 2017 11:48 #32994 by Curt Schulze
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Hard to seal flairs are due to work hardening when flairing. Heat and quench, they will seal easily..

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18 May 2017 15:37 #32995 by Tom_Parkinson
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I use Cunifer brake lines. For years I was frustrated with steel lines and the inability of my auto-parts store flaring tool to make a decent double flare. Finally I bought an Eastwood professional flaring tool. Not cheap, but after I made the first flare I didn't care about the cost. It has never made a defective flare in Cunifer or steel.




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