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.

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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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Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by Carjak » Sat 11. Apr 2020, 07:33

Ok, so after 3 weeks of searching, and not being able to come up with a brake master cylinder, does anyone know off hand what other master cylinders will fit? It shouldnt be that hard to swap, but it does look like length could be an issue

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Re: Master Brake Cylinder Question

Post by Chris430 » Fri 24. Apr 2020, 06:00

Carjak wrote:
Sat 11. Apr 2020, 07:33
Ok, so after 3 weeks of searching, and not being able to come up with a brake master cylinder, does anyone know off hand what other master cylinders will fit? It shouldnt be that hard to swap, but it does look like length could be an issue
Hello, check out 59lincolnrag post. He has lots of good tips covered.

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