Chevy Task Force Brakes.

I'm just starting a restore on a 3100 apache. Any opinions on master cylinders. There are a few options, single original, Duals etc. Don't think I'll go disc brakes as I'm staying original, not rodding this
one.
Thanks,
Charlie
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with other cars and they can stop real fast these days with anitylock brakes. I had a pick up with 4 wheel drum and it was worst braking truck I have ever had. If you are going to tow something heavy or hi speed they don't do a very good gob of stopping as they get hot and fade away to nothing. First time it happened to me I got it home after rear ending another truck [no damage bumpers met ] pulled the Dana 44 out and installed a Dana 44 with disk brakes. It would be a shame to do all that work to a truck and first ride out write it off do to fast traffic stop in head of you.
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Thanks for the info. As a kid I drove a 58 2.5 ton flatbed and 3 1,5 ton flats fully loaded everyday. I never had problems with full loads (several tons). Those drums seemed cool. However that was in traffic of 30 years ago... thanks,
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