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need help on master cylinder

Im building a 66 mustang.. need info for master cylinder and break assembly..
I have 75 granada front spindles and hardware.. need help figuring out what master cylinder to use and brake pedal assembly. The granada was disc manual.. and if there was anything else im forgetting ..Thanks for any help
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most people use the '67 Mustang frt disc master.
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Im building a 66 mustang.. need info for master cylinder and break assembly..
I have 75 granada front spindles and hardware.. need help figuring out what master cylinder to use and brake pedal assembly. The granada was disc manual.. and if there was anything else im forgetting ..Thanks for any help
'wayne

Granada MC (1") and combination valve is a direct bolt in.
If you want a lighter pedal pressure use the '79 Mustang (7/8") manual cylinder. It is the only Fox MC with inches sized fittings.
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