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Old 01-15-2006, 01:51 PM
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Hello, I'm trying to find a powerbrake mastercylinder that will fit in the stock area in the frame, the stock unit doesn't have the volume I need and power assit would be nice. thanks

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My project is a ford gpw millitary jeep 1943 I'm running a buickv-6 with dana 44 axles . cant find any good ideas from the off road guys, I've seen some nice units under streetrods just need to who sells set ups like I want.
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My project is a ford gpw millitary jeep 1943 I'm running a buickv-6 with dana 44 axles . cant find any good ideas from the off road guys, I've seen some nice units under streetrods just need to who sells set ups like I want.
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Contact these guys, they should be able to assist you www.mpbrakes.com
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