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Currently, I have disc front and drum rear, no power booster, with a early '70s Maverick master cylinder.

If I do the rear brake conversion, does this master cylinder need to be changed? If so, to what type/style/year?

Thanks.
 

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I have stainless steel disk brakes front and rear. It has a pro portioning valve , a 67 style dual mater cyl and a neat looking stainless thing under it?
 

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Currently, I have disc front and drum rear, no power booster, with a early '70s Maverick master cylinder.

If I do the rear brake conversion, does this master cylinder need to be changed? If so, to what type/style/year?

Thanks.
I would think your Maverick Master is a MC 36440.

This has ZERO Residuals for the rear brakes. You will need at least a 2 Pound Residual in the rear brake line.

The master, it will work just fine.

Dan @ Chockostang
 

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I would think your Maverick Master is a MC 36440.

This has ZERO Residuals for the rear brakes. You will need at least a 2 Pound Residual in the rear brake line.

The master, it will work just fine.

Dan @ Chockostang
Residual for rear disc???
 
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