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Old 06-17-2017, 08:21 AM
Adam W Adam W is offline
 
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Default Brake question

Hello all

I have just put together my brake rudder pedal assembly. After bolting in the Marco master cylinders I find the brake pedals not returning all the way to neutral. The hinge bolts are not binding. Is this something that will improve when the system has fluid in it? Is this why I see many have used an upgraded cylinder? Is it normal?
Just wondering before I bolt this assembly in the fuse and it's way harder to work on.
Also does it pay to replace the Vans plastic brake tubing with higher end braded lines?
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