Master Brake Cylinder Question

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Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by LandCruiser » Mon 11. Jun 2012, 05:03

How can i Change my one circle Master Brake Cylinder into a much more saver two circle system? will someting out of the Ford Stock will fit?
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Re: Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by austlinc » Tue 12. Jun 2012, 05:17

Hi Tom,

I purchased a dual circuit master from Rock Auto many years ago for my 65 Lincoln.

I will try to find the part number, I know it is a Raybestso (sp) brand though.

You can get a kit from the "usual" Lincoln vendors at triple the price......

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Re: Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by LandCruiser » Tue 12. Jun 2012, 14:57

Hi Angelo,
that sounds great. Will the Brake Booster fit? And is there a difference between the ´66 and the´65?

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Re: Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by austlinc » Wed 13. Jun 2012, 03:09

Hi Tom,

I had the original booster stripped down, then I powdercoated the booster and new master cylinder so they looked the same.

It works great!

I will be at the panel beaters in the morning and try to get the part number for you.

Cheers Angelo

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Re: Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by Theo » Fri 22. Jun 2012, 18:28

Check out MP brakes. They have many conversion kits. You will probably need to call them for more details on your specific vehicle. I could do this for you if you feel your english won't suffice. Shoot me an e-mail or give me a ring on the phone.
http://www.911brakes.com/
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