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1967 Ford F-750 fire engine brake question

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Posted by Randy on March 05, 2006 at 17:21:08 from (

Could someone please help me with the following brake question?

My 1967 F-750 has a single resovoir brake master cylinder and I want to convert to a dual resovoir system.

I already have obtained a complete brake system from a 1967 B-600 school bus which includes a the dual resovoir master cylinder and two vacuum boosters that mount on the frame rail.

It seems like a very easy bolt on job. That's what scares me...it seems too easy. Can I just simply bolt on the master cylinder and brake boosters and run the brake lines to the front and rear brakes? That is exactly how it was on the old school bus. I assume it would be the same for my truck.

Any suggestions or other input would be appreciated.

Thanks, Randy in Manassas, VA

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