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Old 06-23-2009, 09:30 AM
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1949 chrysler master cylinder

does anyone know where i can get a master cylinder for my 49 chrysler thats not over priced

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supply and demand.. not a popular item so those that do have them charge more because they have to keep them around.. if you found 1, be lucky that you found 1 and get it b4 there discontinued.. otherwise buy a rebuild kit if you have a good core.. theres not much around for the old Mopar's so the prices are a lot more than the more popular Chevy's and Fords of the same era.. parts are available but you gotta be willing to pay for them
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Try these sources, may have a kit or complete unit.
http://www.collectorsautosupply.com/
http://www.hagensautoparts.com/
http://www.ecihotrodbrakes.com/chrys...ssemblies.html
The dual reservoir kit is a good option for a safety upgrade to stock brakes. Hope this helps.
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