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Old 09-03-2013, 06:07 AM
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Master cyclinder for 93 mustang pedal box and booster

I'm using a pedal box and brake booster from a 93 mustang... the master cyclinder is 3 line i need a 2 line MC for it I have disks front and back... what options do i have for MC?

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I'm in the process of replacing the same MC on my '29 REO with discs. It's a 3 port (I didn't, and wouldn't have installed it, but it's already there), and uses a proportioning valve. If you Google a 3 port Mustang master cylinder, you'll find instructions and conversion setups which provide pre-bent lines and fittings to convert the three port into a two port setup. Very reasonably priced.
Good luck.
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