I am working on plumbing the brakes on my project. 1952 Chevy car chassis, 1952 stock front brakes, and an S10 rear end with stock drum brakes. I used a 10-1329 master cylinder per a write up I found here on the HAMB to get a dual chamber setup. So this leaves a couple of questions.... Specs on the MC: Primary Port Thread Size: 9/16-18 Inch Secondary Port Thread Size: 1/2-20 Inch The S10 rear end has 1/4" Female IFF fitting: The stock brakes up front have 3/16" line. I know I will need adapters to go from the MC ports to the respective brake line sizes. Does it matter which port goes to front or back? Is it wise to use 3/16" lines to the rear end and then adapt the 3/16" line to the 1/4" line or is this a nono? Or should I go 1/4" line from the MC all the way to the rear? Thanks for any input/advise!