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My 67 came equipted with four wheel drums, and I want to convert to front disk. I removed the front disks off of a 79 Granada, and need to know what Master Cylinder I should look for? Should I have taken the one off of the Granada?
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yeah you could have used that one, but a new one at the parts store will only be like 20 bucks, plus core, if it were me i would go with a new one, that way you get the warranty, I did a buildup on a 4 wheel drum to 4 wheel disc on my website, check it out on the chassis page, the granada stuff should work great for you, some guys complain about bumpsteer, but ive never had a problem.

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I do recommend getting a new, or rebuild MC. Just eliminates any hassles down the road.

I found a 69 disc brake MC worked great in my '66.
A Granada and F-150 MCs are very popular as they are CHEAP :)

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I don't know if you have plans to add a power booster, but I saw Tran-Am Racing advertising in the latest Mustangs and Fords. They have a unit that bolts right in without having to convert the manual pedal to a power version.

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