Master cylinder bore size


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Post Mon Jun 08, 2020 9:59 am

Master cylinder bore size

I am planning to put a Ford Explorer 8.8 rear axle with drum brakes (10 x 2 1/2) and the TSM disc brake conversion on the front of my L-110, and hoping not to reinvent the wheel. Has anyone used that combination with manual brakes? I'm trying to determine the best master cylinder bore. Ideally, I'd like to use an AMC master cylinder, MC36456, as it is narrower than most, and has the plumbing on the engine side. It has a bore of 1 1/16, and I'm wondering if that's just too big. Any help or thoughts are appreciated.

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Post Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:31 am

Re: Master cylinder bore size

hello to you.. i did install a new diff and housing on my kb-3 and i fit a colorado 3.72 ratio and i left the old master cylinder and it brake very well and some time tires drag, for me it was a good installation and it fit on very well same wide,
Marcel

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Post Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:33 am

Re: Master cylinder bore size

excuse i left the old master cylinder,,,, french translation..
Marcel

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