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1967 Mustang Brake Line Routing Diagram Anyone?

I am searching for the Brakeline Routing Diagram for a 67 CP 289/Auto w/Pwr Disc Brakes. Can anyone supply a copy? My google searches found 65 66 70-72, but no 67 and the search engine here just tries my patience.

Also the Fuel Line Routing too.


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Thanks Reese,

The photo from the foriegn thread will certainly help wrt the master cylinder and Prop valve. Hopefully a schematic of front to back will pop up. I have attached the photo for others to use....
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if you can send the diagram to me too i would def appreciate it once i finish welding my cage and finishing welding on my quarter panels next thing in is brake and fuel lines

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Bump - I am still in need of a brake line schematic, anyone?

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Bump, does a diagram exsist? It's proven hard to find. Any pics would be appreciated and probably worth more than a thousand works.

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Sick: I'll post a diagram and pics for a 65 if you want. It's gotta be pretty close to a 67


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Thanks FixUp, I have a copy of the diagram/schematics for 65/66, but any pics would be cool. Some of the places of intrest are...

The rear axle where the lines split to either side and the rubber lines routing

The tunnel.

Where the front runner lines meet the steel line (with bracket).

And the firewall.

OK that's pretty much the whole system!

Actually, any pics would be great!

67 OWNERS: Some pics of a 67 for comparision would be an added plus.

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Hey Sick: Hope I got it all for you. If not, let me know.

Couple of things. I have the rear axle lines and long line for dual exhaust. This in effect moves the flexible hose away from the exhaust pipe so it may look different then yours.

If you're considering replacing your tank to pump fuel line, now would be a good time since they share the same brackets in the tunnel.

First 3 pics are of the firewall. 4th & 5th pic are the tunnel and the brackets. 6th pic is where the lines make the turn near the front of the tunnel. I added those brackets. I wanted to snug the lines up closer to the floor pan. 7th pic is where the flexible line from the rear axle meets the long line. Ignore the hokey bracket I made. I did that before I realized that you can buy a ready made one for $5. Pics 8-10 are different views of the rear axle and how the connections are made to the junction block. Good Luck. Let us know how you make out.
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FixUp, as usual, your photos are excellent. Would you have any of the front wheel well area where the steel line comes through the well and ends at the bracket that holds the rubber line? I have either lost my memory totally in this area or have welded the bracket holes up when I patched the sheet metal in these areas.

Thanks (for myself and all the others you have helped) Your a great mainstay here.

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You asked me for that. Sorry! (Another senior moment)

These pics are all of the left front wheel area which should show you the bracket location. I measured the distance in case you covered it up. If you need more measurements, let me know.

And thanks for the compliment.
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Those last pics jogged my memory alot. I have saved them and can't wait to get home tonight and figure it all out. I beleive the 65's are very close to the routings on my 67. Your pics will ease the process.

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