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Old 08-31-2011, 01:44 PM
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Master cylinder 54 chevy 210

I cant seem to find the master cylinder on my 210. I just got her and need to rebuild the Master cylinder. Help! LOL SMH

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Look under the floorboard ... under the drivers side

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Old 09-01-2011, 11:36 AM
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Under the car?? Interesting. Im used to it being on the firewall. i assume it doesnt have a booster then either...time to order the MC rebuild kit...then i mght have some breaks again. Thanks for the reply!
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Old 09-01-2011, 12:09 PM
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I would seriously look into replacing the MC instead of rebuilding it. At that age there is likely to be some pitting and rebuilding it is probably going to be a waste of time. Go to a real parts store and they may even have one in stock. A lot of these older cars parts like that were used for years AND in other makes and models. I don't know about yours, but they had one in stock at the local parts store for my 59 Rambler, that and the wheel cylinders! And this is NOT a "classic" auto parts store, we are talking just a good old REAL parts store that services the shops in town.

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