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1965comet
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Master cylinder

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I think I need a new brake master cylinder. No matter how well I’ve bled the lines, the brake pedal remains soft and sinks all the way down. I’m not loosing any brake fluid anywhere.

What master cylinder are we using these days on our Comets? I have 4 wheeek disks and have a master cylinder with both bays are the same size and I also have a booster.

Thanks all

George.
George
1965 Comet 202

SASSY
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Re: Master cylinder

Post by SASSY »

George, it's been a while!
Don't know which master for all wheel disk but wanted to say hi.
We didn't stay in Oceanside in '18 we tried the desert but not really our thing and this year we.re not traveling down.
Please say Hi to Tony and the fellow with the Ranchero and White Falcon(name is gone :roll: )
Fred
I'd rather do it myself if it's done right or not,,,isn't that what hotrodding is all about?
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1965comet
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Re: Master cylinder

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Yes it has been. Hope all has been well. I reach out to tony and say hello for you.

If you ever do make it out here again let me know.
George
1965 Comet 202

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Re: Master cylinder

Post by comethead »

Hey George!
With 4 wheel disc you might have to move up to a 80s or 90s MC from a Mustang. Those have the plastic reservoirs.

Take care

Joe
1965 Caliente HT- 289/4 speed
1964 Falcon HT- track car- 302/4 speed
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