I've searched and searched called Wilwood blead and blead and blead. Setup is Wilwood dual MC with U.S. Brake MC's. All aeroquip fittings on SS braided line. ~19' of braided line makeup all the brake lines. I have the 7:1 ratio pedal and I cannot get braking power. On my first go around I blead and blead and blead and could not get much braking power and the pedal was very mushy, not hard at all. After talking to wilwood I got a couple plugs, pluged the MC's and could push the pedal all the way through. Wilwood said that means the MC's are junk, a pedal should only move a short distance and be very hard. So I ordered 2 rebuild kits for the MC's. Checked the bores of both MC's, both appeared to be fine no knicks or gouges ver smooth. I rebuilt the MC's and same problem. I can lockup the rears but the fronts do hardly anuthing. Brakes are new (remans) chevy one ton calipers, rear are chevy 1/2 ton. MC's are 3/4 7/8. I cannot get the pedal to harden up. Even are beading over a gallon of fluid through both MC's and making every adjust possible on the balance bar. Pumping does nothing pedal gets no better. I have blead them everyway I have heard to do it, by pumping pedal, with a mighty vac, taking calipers off hanging bleader toward the ground and cracking bleader screw and leave overnight to let all the air leak out. Maybe the US Brake MC's are just junk althogether and I should get new Wilwood's? I know for a fact there are no leaks in the system. Any help would be very much appreciated.