This post covers the cleaning of the horns, the fresh air intake, the RH radiator brace and the old steering rack. A comparison of the old and new steering racks is made. The pedal box assembly with the single dual chamber master cylinder is removed from the car. New aluminum polished pedal covers are installed on the pedals of the new dual master “Sebring-type” pedal box. The replacement of the brake hydraulic pipes is begun with the removal of the pipe from the master cylinder to the brake pipe union.
The Hella horns were cleaned and the wiring checked out:
Fresh Air Intake Cleaned:
The original twin chamber master cylinder and pedal box were removed:
To be replaced with a “Sebring-Type” pedal box with separate 3/4″ master cylinders. New aluminum drilled and polished pedal covers were installed on the brake and clutch pedals:
This Video Episode Thirty shows the content described above:
The following steps are addressed in the video:
1:30 – Cleaning the horns, fresh air intake, RH radiator brace, and old steering rack.
3:40 – Brake/Clutch master cylinder (Sebring-Type)
5:13 – Pedal Box removal
5:35 – Installation of new aluminum pedal brake and clutch pedal covers
6:08 – Removal of brake pipe from master cylinder to brake union