Cardone Select New Brake Master Cylinder for all 1967-1970 Mustangs with Manual Drum Brakes.Cardone Select manufactures their new brake master cylinders with CSE technology. The CSE process identifies and corrects original design flaws, resulting in premium-quality, brand-new parts you can rely on. Every master cylinder meets or exceeds all OEM specifications for form, fit and function.
Cardone Select does Life Cycle Testing which ensures that every master cylinder exceeds SAE stroke requirements with EPDM seals and O-rings that meet OE quality standards. Seals are temperature-cycled from -30F to +220F to ensure leak-free, reliable performance under harsh under-hood conditions. The bore is micro-finished to OE specifications which promotes longevity of service life and dramatically reduces wear. Includes master cylinder cap.
*This is a new version of BMC03.
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Hello, I am French and owner of an ac cobra with trains front and rear of mustang, I look for a master cylinder (part number bendix 2590 222718) cylinders of back wheel (part number bendix 3207742), Rotation of wheel X 2 ( NTN 4T-LM12749V1)
Unless the part is listed as fitting an AC Cobra, we haven't tested anything for that model, so there's not a whole lot of guidance we can give, unfortunately.
Date published: 2015-05-12
I got a 1968 mustang,no power brake drum/drum, with 289 engine, automatic transmission.I need to change my master cylinder this one will fit?
Yes, this looks like it'll work fine for your application.
Date published: 2015-05-08
Is this the MC to use with a 66 single to dual conversion? (66 coupe, 289, manual brakes)
I have done the 67 master cylinder into a 66. I believe that I used this master cylinder (67 manual, drum, drum). You will need to use the 66 pushrod and get an adapter for the rear resevoir.
Date published: 2015-05-06
i have mustang 66 can use this pump in regular drums thanks..
No, this pump won't fit a 1966 Mustang.
Date published: 2015-04-17
I have a 1948 ford f1 truck, I have been told that this master cylinder will work as a replacement for the single master cylinder currently on the truck. This will give me dual brakes for safety reasons. Thanks Joe
We aren't really familiar with '48 Fords, and your specific setup in particular. I'd say it's possible, but without knowing any more, there's no way to know for sure.
Date published: 2015-01-28
My brake lights are staying on after installing the master cylinder. I also replaced the brake light switch thinking it was faulty, but my brake lights say on. Is there a way to adjust the rod? My thinking it is too long, I have manual brakes.
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