Master Cylinder and Transmission mounts

Well, I posted video a while back (before my welder broke <grumble/>) with some shots of the master cylinder bracket, and the transmission mount, but here are a couple of photos for you.

The master cylinder bracket was an excellent purchase, I’m so glad I just spent the money, rather than continuing to fight with it, as it took five minutes to put this in, and I realized that my design would have had several problems!

The Transmission crossmember should work really pretty good though, I need to drill four holes, and finish welding it up, and it should be ready to go.

1953 Ford F-100 Master Cylinder bracket 1953 Ford F-100 Transmission mounting bracket

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on “Master Cylinder and Transmission mounts
2 Comments on “Master Cylinder and Transmission mounts
  1. Can you tell me why you chose the master cylinder without the booster? I have a 53 and I want to get rid of the stock master cylinder as it scares me to have a single MC. Any thoughts? Thanks Dave

  2. Hi Dave,

    I decided to go this route for a couple of reasons. I like the simplicity of manual brakes, and with the proper brake pedal ratio, they are as safe as power brakes. Secondly, this way I don’t have to plumb vacuum lines, or worry about them getting cut or kinked.

    I will see how they behave once it’s on the road, but I think it’ll be fine. I did spend a considerable amount of time talking with people at SSBC and Master Power, etc. before I went this route.

    Take care,

    Ben

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