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'66 - '71 CJ5 Double Master Cylinder Outlet Routing

Discussion in 'Early CJ-5 and CJ-6 Tech' started by Focker, Dec 30, 2017.

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  1. Dec 30, 2017
    Focker

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    This information is taken strictly from the Factory Service Manual. This doesn't necessarily mean that Jeep did it like they said they did in print. The thread is locked and not open for discussion. If this doesn't answer your question(s)...Please search the many previous threads regarding this topic. Please PM me if I need to add/correct something.

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    Confirmation of the Primary and Secondary Outlet locations was found in the FSM "Reassembly" instructions:
    "e. - Install the secondary piston assembly first and then the primary piston which is supplied in the repair kit."
     
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    Focker

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    There's a very high probability that your lines are not routed as described in the FSM. Jeep did whatever they wanted to keep the production line moving. This goes against most other auto manufacture's guidelines and sometimes common sense.

    The outlet routing doesn't really matter until front disc brakes are added. The large well (primary outlet, closet to the plunger) must be routed to front discs.

    In addition, it has been discovered that your MC may have equal sized wells regardless of the what the FSM diagram dictates.


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