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Got a question about what master Cylinder to use for a full disc conversion on my 52 dodge. I am using front and rear brakes from a 99 Ford explorer. Dual piston calpiers up front 46mm bore. I am not planning on using power assistance. I know that I need to use one with less than 1 1/8 bore according to Master Power Brakes. Smaller would be better but not to small. I'm figuring 1in though I'm afraid it might be to large for manual brakes as the factory mc with power assist on the explorer is 1 1/16. Can't seem to find any straight Answers. Thanks


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Why not use the one from the 99 Explorer?
You know it's sized right. It can be used without the booster.
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