My brother is fixing up a late 70's MG and one of the interesting features he ran into is that the wheel cylinders for the rear drum brakes are upside down, i.e. the bleed screws is on the bottom of the cylinder. I have worked in the automotive brake industry and have never heard of this before. Anyone got ideas on why this was done?
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