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Fuck it I’m selling it
I’m selling it
Deep breath! You will get it under control!
Give some More info you will get help. Brakes are generally the easy part.
This is the first in depth project I’ve done dad is like ASE certified and he HAAAATES breaks and well I’ve hit the limit of asking price so it’s kinda scary for me we had a Camaro that didn’t have these problems so idk what to do everything g else is good(ish) except the frame rot but gah I’m just so pissed I spent days waiting for parts oh another thing is wrong get more parts and when you think it’s all done they don’t work righr
Many of us are or were ASE certified. Myself a former Master ASE. Brakes are one of the first things learned. Like said slow down and relax. It is likely just a small issue you have overlooked. Have faith, and Camaro’s suck by the way!
Definitely take a deep breath. Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota etc ALL use brake systems that are so similar in design and some even use the same components, Bendix drum brakes were used on so many cars, Kelsey Hayes front disks were used on Ford and Chrysler. The common items areMaster cylinderDistribution blockProportioning valveDrums / cylinders / shoesDiscs / calipers / padsHoses and hard lines.I get how frustrated you are, but you have 5+ people trying to help you, you have given some info but not enough to point you in the right direction. Help us help you. No one here is upset with you.
Well thanks to all of you you really focused my priorities on what can be done, and so great full for that but dad really hates breaks and makes me really wiery on asking him for advise like rn ik he knows maybe I am the black sheep going for a mopar something he’s v. Unfamiliar with even though he would race 70’s Newport’s in his dirt track it was cool hearing a story like that haha him and his high school buds would race those things in a cow yard buy em off old farmers and race em haha that shits so cool just simplistic math rather than sems rdm computers I look up to that man he’s just a Chevy guy MY whole family is but they look so cookie cutter I like the look of a good Plymouth
I went to the dark side just because. No one was driving Mopars in my early days. I had to be different from the crowd. The mechanical pieces are really no different. They work all the same.
Hah I love em I've never felt so accepted in this community like I feel so good when someone comes at me with the she a 73 right and I’m all like with a slant six baby and they just give you this like numbers matching nod, these guys don’t judge you on badging and what motor you have specially cause Plymouth when indeer wayy before Pontiac did
Did you bench bleed the master cylinder? The "plug" type bleeding can help reveal a bad-in-the-box master cylinder.