Many moons ago I replaced the master cylinder with an aftermarket from PIM. Probably the same was any other vendor. It worked with one problem, not all of the time, but often, the brakes would start to drag & then come close to locking up. I would unbolt the master cylinder, which apparently relieved the pressure, bolt back on & then go on my way. I never fixed it because the car was under restoration & not driven. Now I'm about ready to drive & want to fix it. After disassembly & a little study I found in the Pantera technical info manual to adjust the rod (between the master cylinder & booster) to an overall length of 4.72. The replacement rod is 5.25 & is not adjustable. Surely this has been a problem for others, what did you do? Cut the rod down? Get a different master cylinder and or booster?
I took the booster out thinking I could adjust the other end, but that is only for the pedal height, correct?