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i have the orig 69 shop manuals (5 or 6 books) and the only diff in descript between the 100 and the 350 dash mounted boosters was the 350 lists it as disc instead of drum brakes - all other info was word for word
may as well give er a shot, gotta start stripping 350 cab anyhoo
You are totally unique !!!! (Just like everyone else) ** looking for dana 60's front (hp) and rear, cheap trail rig while i rip my truck apart
shouldnt be a problem just use your master cyl if it will bolt on
if not just hook up your lines to the master
the diference is in the proportioning valve
some masters for disk brake have a built in residual presure valve
it could cause your drum brakes on front to drag
reason i saiy to use your master if posible