Like Charlie said about the self adjusters. Most I've owned through the years didn't work anyway. In design you suppose to be able to brake while driving backwards and they would tighten the shoes if needed. In design...
how do I change my brake lines to enter the drivers side of the new master cylinder?
Good time to either learn to double flare brake lines:http://www.fordification.com/tech/doubleflare.htm
Summit has good prices and selection on the tubing and the fittings.http://www.summitracing.com/?gclid=CNit ... 7QodPTW9Ww
Or get the next size longer tubing with the proper ends on it, (most parts stores have a brake line assortment display with many sizes and both metric and sae fittings).
Then you bend the tubing yourself and coil the excess to avoid cutting and re-flaring the line. Be prepared to do a lot of bleeding to get the air out from those two lines being replaced, and make sure to bench bleed-then bench bleed-then bench bleed the MC till you see no air at all.
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71 F-350 dually flatbed, "little 302" (as some folks here call them) .030 over V-8 with a "baby"C-6, B & M "ghetto" truckshifter, Dana70/4.11 ratio, intermittent wipers, tilt steering, full LED lighting on the flat bed, and no stereo yet (this way I can hear all the rattles to diagnose them)!
A lot of "oddball" Ford parts collected from working on them for 34 years now!