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I need help? Have a 66 front disc and rear drum and a rebuilt power brake booster and single reservior. The front disc were added on. What dual master cylinder do I use or would I be better off getting a new aftermarket booster and cylinder? Any suggestions????? Ken ::
 

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I just helped in converting a 66 from front drum to front disc, and we used a 67 m/c with a 67 junction block. Then you either make your own brake lines or use adapters. I'd try that before you go and buy aftermarket stuff.
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I think Stainless Steel Brakes makes a power disk brake booster/dual master cylinder kit that fits 65/66 Mustangs without having to dent the inner fenders. Check with them to be sure but I believe this to be true. I plan to upgrade my system to power brakes in the future also.
 

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NPD sells that set up. Page 40 of their new catolog. Also check out mustangsteve.com as he sells that set up also. Good luck....
 

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SSB does carry what you want to accomplish. Part number # A-120P This is the whole front brake set up including power booster. We sell quite a few of these.
 
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