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    Question Lowering my car

    I am installing Bilstein shocks and Eibach pro kit and I just got done with 3 of the four wheels when I ran into a problem. How do I remove the T-50 bolt below the master cylinder on the driver's side so I can remove the coil over? Can I unbolt the two 15mm bolts holding the master cylinder on the brake booster without losing brake fluid? Is there a seal that I have to worry about on the brake booster?

    Help please!

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    You can take loose the two bolts that hold the mastercylinder to the booster without any problems with brake fluid,unless your master cylinder is faulty.If you haven't been losing fluid from your reservoir then don't worry about that.Just don't take the brake lines loose from the mastercylinder and you'll be fine.

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    thanks for the info... no leakage, so I'm good. I like the drop, make the car more agressive looking.

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