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I didn't see where it listed the adapters I would need in the pic, sorry. Thanks again for the help. And the 9/16 does have a cone in the bottom of it
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Old 11-04-2015, 12:13 PM
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If you click on the link the adapter should come right up. O'Reilly's Part # 258303.


Edelmann - Hydraulic Brake Fitting

Line: EDE | Part # 258303
1 year limited warranty
UPC: 21597604563
Adapter-Standard To Dual Master Cylinder - 3/16 Inch Tube - 3/8-24 Female Inverted Flare Seat x 9/16-20 Male Inverted Flare
Thread Size End 1: 3/8-24 Inch
Thread Size End 2: 9/16-20 Inch
Line Size (In): 3/16 Inch

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Adapter-Standard To Dual Master Cylinder - 3/16" Tube - 3/8-24 Female Inverted Flare Seat x 9/16-20 Male Inverted Flare
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thanks for finding that for me. im gonna go by there tomorrow and get all the adapters
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The 7/16"-24 IFF nut is the hard one to find. All the auto parts stores have them mounted on pre-length 3/16" tubing so I would think they also carry just the nut. NOPE. They have adapters instead.

One good size store I frequent had two... in steel. I have re-used my old ones in the past. - Dave
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https://www.fastenal.com/products/details/440249-131280
Is this the right one, because it doesn't say -24 on it. I have a fastenal right down the road from work
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I was cruising eBay when I ran across this...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/7-16-24-Inve...RWF9rQ&vxp=mtr
The price is right at a buck each.
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Thanks, if I can't get them locally I'll be ordering those
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Found all brass adapters at Napa. Went to four other auto parts stores and they had nothing. Didn't get to work on the car this weekend though because of weather and family plans. I think I've got all the parts though to redo my whole brake system now
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Also wanted to let you guys know that I ordered the power brake booster for a 67 thunderbird and it is identical to the one that came off my car and cost 60 bucks less than the one rock auto had listed for the 65. Mine had the bendix booster, so if anyone else with the bendix needs a replacement they can save a little money by getting the 67
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