Dual bowl brake master cylinder for 1965-1973 Mustangs with non-power disc/disc or disc/drum brakes.The single master cylinder that the 1965-1966 Mustang is originally equipped with provides fluid pressure to all four wheels at the same time. All four wheels are linked together in a hydraulic fluid circuit. If a problem develops in any of the four brakes, lines, hoses or single master cylinder, that creates a fluid pressure loss. This will cause you to lose both front and rear brakes.
With a dual master cylinder, the brakes are split front and rear. If a problem develops in the front, only the front brakes would be lost. You would still have the rear brakes to bring you to a stop. The same would happen if you had a problem with the rear brakes, you would still have the front brakes to bring you to a stop.
This master cylinder has a 1" bore and will fit disc/drum and disc/disc applications. The front outlet is 3/8"-24 and the rear outlet is 1/2"-20.
Dual bowl conversion lines are required for installation on a 1965-1966 Mustang.
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will this work for a 71 ford torino gt with front disc and rear drum?
Does this require a proportioning valve for front disc -rear drum?
My 64 1/2 stang has the original master brake cylinder and on the very front is a brake light connection. How does this work on the double bowel cylinder?
does this come with a push rod? if not do i have to re use the old one?
Will I need any adaptors for the brake lines if I have a 1968 mustang currently with drum and drum manual. I'm converting it to disc and drum manual? I ask because a lot of reviews mention you do but they don't say for what car and application.
Front brake hole ? Which goes to the front?
Brake master cylinder drum to drum 1961 ford what is the part number?
Will this master cyclender require a proportioning valve. Thank you
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