Modern brake booster/master-cylinder to Morris Minor adapter assembly. Bolt in. Part 10. Fit up to car.
I am using my Convertible for the fit up. It does not have an engine installed so the photos should be clear.
This is where it sits, all the back to the bulkhead and….
Right up next to the inner fender.
This is the location where the actuator rod penetrates the bulkhead.
I removed the booster and actuator shaft so there is clear access to the mounting holes.
Transfer the mounting hole to the body, I used a felt tip marker and a scriber.
The drilled ¼" mounting holes in the body.
The actuator rod hole is 1-⅛" diameter and located as shown.
This grommet is made for sealing tubing and pipe that pass through bulkheads.
It is made by Kennard Industries, St. Louis, Missouri USA PN 500.
¼-20 x 1" lg bolts in place.
Test fit to check the accuracy of the drilled holes. all mounting hardware should be Grade 8.
Actuator rod assembled to Morris brake pedal using 5/16"- 18 x 1 3/4" lg grade 8 bolt with Nylock nut.
I use the long bolt so the brake pedal hole is on the shank of the bolt and not the threads then cut off the excess thread that sticks through the nylock nut.
The same treatment on the booster side.
All bolted up.
This is as far as I am going to take this project.
Like I said, hopefully I didn't miss anything. I sure I will here.
How you want to plumb it up is your call, I will not offer any ideas.
I have done spilt front to rear and all together as one. Both worked for me?????
Also build it strong and safe, I don't want to be responsible for poor workmanship or quality.
I designed it and know what it is support to look like, It may be obvious to me if it is not clear…... ask.
I like my cars just like my women, old, lumpy and all painted up.