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Old 01-28-2004, 03:46 PM
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I'm looking for a 7" or 8" dual booster.All the ones at the ROD shops take a chevy master cyl I need one for a ford w/ long rod out the boost all the ones I see have short rods.I don't want to buy another master cyl just bought this one.Just added 4wheel disc and need a little more help.Currently using one off early mustang.Thanks for any help

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What is it that you want help with? The longer push rod? Try a 89 F150. Largest unit I know that Ford used. What are you putting this on?

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try a master cyl. out of a Ford Ranger PU they are 8inch and dual, I don't know about the long shaft or not.
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I'm trying to find a dual booster that uses the long rod and not the short rod that uses corvette style master cyl. What year rangers? This is going on a 53f100 w/4 wheel disc.The master cyl I have now is 1 1/8 bore thats what mp brakes said I need but i'm using a ford master cyl and the strretrod 7" dual booster using chevy style master cyl, and the guy at mp brakes say they don't have a longer rod to use with ford type master cyl.Just trying to save a dollar but I might have to change booster and master cyl.
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I have a dual 8inch booster out of a 87-88 ranger. I can measure the rod if you will explain where I need to take the measurment at. Bob:
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