Make sure that you are getting the correct components for your car. All those early mustangs had fixed push rods. I just went through hell with my brakes on a 67. Turns out it was originally an all drum setup and someone upgraded to front power disc, but piecemealed it and didn't use a kit. It had the wrong brake pedal and I actually bent the push rod because the angle was wrong.Lol the link says it no longer exists but yeah I know what a pressure bleeder is. So you think I just need to get a ton of brake fluid and just bleed the f*** out of it? I think I want to put new drum brakes on it anyways so I'll wait till I do that to try bleeding it again. Another question... Do you think the length of the push rod matters? Mine is a fixed length so I can't adjust it
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Sounds like you are dealing with an original system, but sometimes they say it fits 65-73 and you really needed something specific. I called the Mustang parts store that I normally use and talked to the guy there and learned a lot. I've got one rear brake line to replace and I think I'm done.