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    50's yank master cylinder

    its missing :-)

    original one seems to be 1" bore and a sinlge circuit

    i would rather have dual circuit would it be a case of using any 1" bore cylinder ?

    its drums all round

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    Have a look at Transit and LandRover units . Ignore anything that looks 'short' as they are normally ABS versions.

    You'll need a pair of 5lb residual valves if it is under floor mounted on your car .

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    standard bulkhead mounted (stock looking)

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    and no servo

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    No need for residuals then . Possibly an adaptor needed for correct orientation. Still look at Landrover, just ealrier heavier versions. Otherwise Wilwood .

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    i've use both of these wilwood cylinders that we keep at work. which i've used depends mainly on the bolt pattern for the car i'm fitting it to. the first can have the reservoirs mounted directly to the cylinder too.
    neil.

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    Last edited by mygasser; 12-12-2019 at 21:46.
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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