brake master cylinder

Brakes for your Classic Mopar

  1. MOUSE

    MOUSE Well-Known Member

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    I have a 1970 dart. I'm having a hell of a time finding a master cylinder . front disc drum rear. Anyone have a source or a part number for me ? Also I have the 2 hole mount to the booster. THANKS
     
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    Dana67Dart The parts you don't add don't cause you no trouble FABO Gold Member

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    Post some photos of what you have.

    Are you sure it is oem Mopar?
     
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    Power on no power?
     
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    Dana67Dart The parts you don't add don't cause you no trouble FABO Gold Member

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    Power, but the 2 hole has me confused, thinking a much later PB setup.
     
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    67dartgtgo FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Sounds aftermarket.
     
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      1969383S FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      Missed that! Yes pic needed! Non Mopar!
       
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      Dana67Dart The parts you don't add don't cause you no trouble FABO Gold Member

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      You should see the stuff I miss, thank goodness I don't see it either:lol:
       
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        It's a universal booster from classic ind.. I bought them separately in an effort to save a buck. Didn't know about the 4 mounting holes versus the 2 hole . Thought they were all the same. Oh well ! After a search on line , I think I'm going to buy a set instead of individually. They're more readily available.
         
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        Dana67Dart The parts you don't add don't cause you no trouble FABO Gold Member

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        Not sure what you are saying here. You are going to buy a proper Mopar booster and MC that fit your year????
         
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        Brooks James Dustoff

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        Rock auto
         
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        MOUSE Well-Known Member

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        yes sir. No cutting corners.
         
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        • RustyRatRod

          RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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          It's probably for a Chevy. That's what most of the aftermarket kits use. We might could tell IF YOU POST A PICTURE LIKE YOU'VE BEEN ASKED SEVERAL TIMES.
           
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            That means it universally fits NOTHING.
             
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            I've already sent them back. Learned a lesson
             
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            RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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            I reckon so.
             
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              FWIW The GM stuff has a 9/16-18 front port while Mopar is 9/16-20. Both use 1/2-20 rear ports threads.
               
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