In the July '97 issue of Rod & Custom we installed a Master Power disc brake kit on a tri-year Chevy. The kit included dropped spindles, Chevy-style calipers, and a power booster/master cylinder assembly. Since the installation was done on the bare frame, we couldn't show you how the power booster/master cylinder assembly was installed and what was needed to make it work properly. In this story, we will show you how we installed the unit and run the brake lines. .

What we needed to do the job properly was a tubing cutter, a flaring tool, a drill motor with a drill assortment, a tubing bender, line wrenches, and basic hand tools. We will also show the basics of installing the calipers and rotors, which we covered more thoroughly in the first story. The rubber front brake lines are included in the kit, but the rest of the brake lines will have to be purchased from your local auto parts store. The rear rubber hose will vary depending upon the rearend being used. If you want your classic Chevy to have the stopping power of your late-model daily driver, here's how to do it

Performance Suspension Technology.
P.O. Box 396
NJ  7045
The Eastwood Co.
263 Shoemaker Rd.
PA  19464
Master Power Brakes Inc.
254-1 Rolling Hill Rd.
NC  28115
C.A.R.S. Inc.
1025 E. Oleander St.
FL  33801
Eaton Detroit Springs
1555 Michigan Ave.
MI  48216