Re: Master cylinder
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Re: Master cylinder



I converted my 65 Dart, with drum brakes to a dual chambered master cylinder, using the Mopar dual master from Master Power Brakes.  they have all the parts you need. As I recall it even came with the necessary plumbing to go to the tee, and then new lines.  Never looked back on that one 
dave, san diego




I'm thinking about to get a "Scarebird" disc brake conversation kit for the '64 Polara 

Q: is it wise to use the single reservoir master cylinder?
     Or should I consider a dual reservoir 

ps, it's a manual brake system.

Thanks. Bert 

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