I've got a '76 wedge I'm re-doing the rear brakes on... I've put new wheel cylinders in place on both the right (complete) and left, but having a question on the left... As there is only one brake line to attach to the wheel cylinder, on which hole does it attach, the one with the larger boss where the circlip goes to hold the wheel cylinder in place, or on the other one? Does it matter? The other is for the bleed screw, but the new cylinder shipped to me with the bleed nipple opposite of the way it was on my car. If it doesn't matter for brake function, would it be better to have the bleed screw at the higher or lower point for better bleeding? Finish of this part of the project is finished as soon as I know for sure how to attach, so any help is greatly appreciated. Also, on a side note, how do you "adjust" the rear brakes on these cars? It looks as though the widgets on the shoes make them self-adjustable, but not sure. I know that the wheel I've just finished does NOT turn freely after putting the wheel back on and assuming some adjustment or a push of the brake pedal may be necessary. Thanks for any help. It is much appreciated. Thanks..