It's been awhile since I have posted anything on here. I have finally got around to getting the old 66 back together . I have a question on what master cylinder I should run for my brakes . I have 68 Kelsay Hayes front discs install and would like to use manual brakes instead of power due to vacuum concerns and a cleaner look instead of a booster .is this possible ? I would think that someone makes a master cylinder for this . I have read that possibility you could use something from the 80s mustangs. Can i just use the proportioned valve i have from the power set up ? Any info on this will be appreciated . Thanks in advance _________________ DWIGHT STEELFINATTIC
Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:05 pm
donwight Senior Member
Joined: 17 Jun 2008
Location: ha. md.
I used a stock master for a ranger pick up w/manual brakes, for the cast iron look and ports on the left side.
many others have used a later alum w/plastic bowl, but I don't recall the application.
nice to see you back, bought parts on ebay from you. _________________ 66-500 289 c4 nightmist
66-gta springtime yellow
Thanks for the reply . It's good to be back working on the car again . I have my convertible done now and ready to get the sedan back together . That is what I am hearing is either the ranger or maverick ones. I too like the cast iron look better than the plastic . I have lots of parts left if you are looking for anything . Send me a PM if you have a list. _________________ DWIGHT STEELFINATTIC
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