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I've read a number of posts about the benefits of this conversion and am going to go with it. I have an early 65 with the brake light switch on the master cylinder. The conversion instructions state: "Remove the rear brake line from the brass distribution block" and "The brass plug is for plugging the hole in the brass distribution block where the rear line was originally." Instead of rewiring the brake light switch to be pedal activated, wouldn't placing the brake light switch in the distribution block instead of the "brass plug" be a simpler alternative?
 

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Sure, but you'll need to get an adapter that attaches a pipe fitting (the switch) to an inverted flare (the block).
 
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