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Remote-fill master cylinder reservoirs

Can a dual chamber master cylinder be converted to a remote-fill reservoir? My 50 Plymouth has a power boost master cylinder mounted to frame under floorboard near the original location. With original, there was a "trap door" cut into floorboard to assist in filling the reservoir. That doesn't line up now and I'd rather have a remote fill reservoir. Ideas/opinions?

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What type reservoir does your M/C have, Plastic or 1-piece Cast Iron?
The Plastic tank ones are easy to convert.
May get some ideas from these Pics.
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Yes, a dual MC can be converted. There are several. SSBC have a very nice one but very expensive as well as another, much more reasonable by Jamco which looks pretty good. I have one similar to the Jamco but that co. has been a victim of the economy.
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i have a ford mustang mc under floor
used parts off a nissan quest ford villager to convert it to remote fill
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