Re: [DML] Brakes broke..
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Re: [DML] Brakes broke..



When you say original old MC is from a 1978 SAAB, your
saying the 1978 is the correct 63/37?

rockauto.com has the 1978 MC listed as a Cardone Part
# 112329, they have the same part listed for the 1984
SAAB 900 which has been accepted as the 50/50 version.

Either way, the 112329 unit is on it's way to me.. 
But I think I'd like to keep the 63/37 ratio.  I am
going to try some of the suggestions here on bleeding
the system again.  I especially like the suggestion to
remove the caliper and turn it sideways so the bleeder
is up.  Hopefully that will fix the problem, and I
will keep my original (rebuild) MC and return the
112329.

--- Daniel Shane <daniel.shane@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> It's a bit closer to the weight distribution  of the
> car, most being over
> the back wheels.
> 
> The original old MC is a Saab unit, its from a Saab
> 90/99 from around 1978.
> 
> Dan
> 
> 

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