Using his slick-looking 1947 Ford F1 for demonstration, Brent Ackley teaches you how to replace a master cylinder on a classic car by disconnecting the brake light switch and brake lines, removing the old master cylinder and bench bleeding the new one.
Suspension is a good first step for improving the handling of a car, but Cam Benty explains how new, better wheels and tires for classic cars can make an even bigger difference. Cory installs the wheels and teaches you about an aspect you might have overlooked otherwise – alignment.Watch Now >>
Bleeding the master cylinder can be done with it in the car but it would take a long time to get all the air worked out. Brent Ackley shows you how to bench bleed a master cylinder by using bleeding ports, attaching little hoses and adding brake fluid. Last step is pumping the actuating rod…Watch Now >>
George Vondriska teaches you how to install two types of tire pressure monitors that will help you save your classic car, your money and possibly even your life. These are quick, simple fixes that screw on to the valve stems of the tire that you can buy at almost any car store. See how easy…Watch Now >>