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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / adjustment, dual diaphragm booster 62 Chrysler
« on: December 19, 2009, 11:59:37 AM »
Its done. I set the clearance at .060 which I measured several times. My pedal is now much higher. The original clearance was .310.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / adjustment, dual diaphragm booster 62 Chrysler
« on: December 17, 2009, 03:19:29 AM »
I think that's about right, but also it looks to me like within the same size acorn nuts, there are huge variations in height. That may be what I have to do- buy some taller acorn nuts, or have one made . But does it really matter that much?

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / adjustment, dual diaphragm booster 62 Chrysler
« on: December 16, 2009, 11:00:01 AM »
Yes, I do know its correct. the car has had lousy brakes since 1986 when I had a major brake job done. That shop apparently replaced the booster with a Midland unit which is a single diaphragm. I know the 300H's should have that (1.) because mt shop manual says so , and (2.) I have seen pictures and most 300Hs have the dual diaphragm booster . This should make a big difference in pedalpressure I understand.
 
Since I made this post, I investigated acorn nuts at Grainger. There vcan be over .100 variation in the head height depending on manufactier, and that could be a big problem for me.
 
Best, Mike Moore   

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! / adjustment, dual diaphragm booster 62 Chrysler
« on: December 15, 2009, 06:08:13 PM »

62 Chrysler 300H   

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