Does the upper smaller bore connect to the front or rear brakes. I have a 1976 (transition year) canadian mini 1000 and am in the process of replacing the master brake cylinder but the instructions don't seem to match properly with what I have. To complicate things I have just done a disk brake conversion on the front and want to make sure I have the brake lines hooked up right. If anyone can shed some light on this It would be much appreciated. Thanks
Can anybody give me any idea why I have to continously pump the brakes(spongy) even though I have bled the system. I just replaced the rear wheel cylinders and shoes on my 69 Mini and flush the old fluid and replenish it with Castrol GT DOT4 LMA.I have this tandem master on my Mini, dont know why but thats how I got it originally.I do have brakes but I have to pump it one time and car stops with no problem, just afraid to drive it very far and since I live on the hills , had to be careful.
I seem to have the same issue as BigD. I just finished the upgrade to disc brakes up front bled the lines over and over again and still have to pump the brakes. Lines are clear no bubbles. Its a right hand drive 1976 1000cc Mini.