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Brake master cylinder and booster

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wishbone
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Joined: 09 Apr 2006
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Brake master cylinder and booster

I did the disc brake upgrade on my 63 sports coupe but now the dual bowl reman master cylinder is leaking out the cap. I am looking to get a booster and master cylinder combo that will bolt up or easily modified to work in my 63. Any idea what will work? Was told 65 mustang, Tuff Stuff makes a 7" dual diaphragm?

Also, is there such a thing as just a booster that does not use a vacuum line?
Thanks

Post Mon May 12, 2014 1:23 pm 
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roger
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Joined: 09 Mar 2006
Posts: 1008
Location: ontario, canada
boosters & mc;s

Master power brakes makes a single diaphragm that fits with a dual MC, if you shoot over to fairlane club site, there are pictures on there under tech,
I used a Mustang 11 booster(its quite thin) with a Mustang MC, you see these aluminum/plastic MC;s on all kinds of Fords, got mine off a 97 GT, running 4 wheel disc.
Leaves me about 1/4" to shock tower & brakes are simply awesome
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