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  • #16

    Re: GM master cylinder question

    I think it was Freiburger and / or Dulcich... minimum requirements for driving a car with risky or dysfunctional MC (choose 2):

    a) manual transmission
    b) working emergency brake
    c) working horn

    man I hate that sinking pedal feeling. Good call!
    Last edited by Beagle; April 21st, 2012, 03:22 AM.
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    • #17

      Re: GM master cylinder question

      I think it was Freiburger and / or Dulcich... minimum requirements for driving a car with risky or dysfunctional MC (choose 2):

      a) manual transmission
      b) working emergency brake
      c) working horn

      man I hate that sinking pedal feeling. Good call!



      Uh - i uh.... well... i uh....stammer, stammer....... I actually drove a 75 ventura (when i was 21 or so...) for 4 months every day to work about 15 miles a day with no brakes. I mean none, nada, zip.... and the clutch linkage was broken also... to start from a stop, you just hit the key and it would jerk and go.... and to stop, you did the reverse. turn off the key. i never claimed to be real bright... One day I misjudged the stopping distance and it was either a big bush to stop me or a new fiat convertible. I chose the bush. ate the steering wheel, loosened my front teeth real good and shattered the windshield with my forehead. i was doing all of about 10 miles an hour and i thought i could stop myself from smacking the windshield by grabbing the wheel real hard. broke my wrist too.

      from that day forward i never drove without a seatbelt on... I fixed the brakes a week later and the clutch a few days after that

      young n dumb

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