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what is the most inexpensive way to install a dual reservoir m/c on a 60s f100?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Kustom7777, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Kustom7777
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    is there a dual reservoir master cylinder setup that could be pirated from another vehicle and installed in a mid 60s F100, that would be basically a bolt on? ,,,,,,,,,,,or whatever solution any of you have come up with for replacing the single reservoir m/c on a stock vehicle..not looking for a kit, unless its reasonably priced...........

     
  2. supervert
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    one from a mid 70's f100 or a mustang, just make sure you get the right setup you need ie. drum/drum or disc/drum. and if your not using a booster make sure you get a man. master
     
  3. 56oldsDarrin
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    69 ford F100 M/C
     
  4. supervert
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  5. Kustom7777
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    thanks guys,,,that's basically what i was thinking,,,just upgrade to a newer model f100 that had the dual reservoir,,,,should just bolt right on since i am retaining the manual/drums setup....
     
  6. RichG
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