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Re: type3-d Digest V99 #122


In a message dated 3/7/99 8:48:17 AM Eastern Standard Time, type3-d-
request@vwtype3.org writes:

<< o use the two 69 clamp plates that hold the 
 beam in place. Of course you understand that you will end up with 
 disk brakes and 4-bolt wheels, too.
 
 The later tandem master cylinder would also be necessary, or at least 
 the late simplex MC that >>


Swapping beam assy'sÇike a pain unless your beam is damaged or rusted
out. Swapping axle assy's is a much easier way if you're looking for disc
brakes etc. As mr Adney has stated you'll need a late model dual circuit
master cylinder and various hard lines -- but it's a fairly straightforward
swap. I just got done doing the same thing on my 65 notch -- 69 spindles and
calipers and a new master cyl. it was very easy.

Dan

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