I was looking over my 105A2 today and doing some PM work trying to get her ready for the big Air Show in 2 weeks. I greased the leaf springs, dolly wheel, and brake handles. I took a look at the air reservoir tightened all the fittings, and noticed the crumby petcock for the drain. I replaced this with a quarter turn ball valve, and made it a lot more accessable. Then I thought I'd check the brake fluid, now hold the phone. Whomever approved/designed the master cylinder location on this trailer, is related to, or maybe the same Guy that approved/designed the location for the 35A2. The only difference is you need a mirror to see the level and what your doing on the 105A2. If I ever saw a need for a remote M/C reservoir, this is it. I was just going to buy one kit, and install it in the Deuce, but now I'm buying 2. I'll take some photos when I install it on the trailer. I've got a little engineering to do. Anyone else overcome this engineering nightmare with another trick? Do tell.