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    Ford Brake question

    The capri's brake lines at the master cylinder I have seen have the two further from servo outlets plumbed to the front brakes and the single outlet closest to the servo to the rear axle. Now my mk2 escort has the closest split using t piece to the front brakes then the 2 furthest away, one goes to rear brakes and one has a bleed nipple. Which is recommended?
    Both are on very very similar and sometimes the same master cylinders but different for each car. I didn't know what would be a explanation. Then I can decide which is best for my project.
    Thanks guys

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    Sorry didn't explain that I'm using a Capri master cylinder with servo in a mk2 ford consul with ford 9" rear axle

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    front two usually go to front left and front right wheels. rear outlet on the cylinder should go to the back axle.
    Its no good in the garage, Drive it!

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