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Old 06-12-2018, 11:32 AM   #1
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Separate Tag Axle Master Cylinder From Booster

Have a í98 Newmar with the Ford F53 chassis and a Granning Tag axle set up. I need to replace the master cylinder for the tag brakes and am wondering how to separate the master cylinder from the booster unit as it is welded together.Iím assuming one would need to cut it to separate it and then reassemble by either re-welding or bolted together with a splice. Iíve see the question asked before on here but no one seems to have an answer.Also, what brake cylinder does one use for replacement?Iíve also seen that a MC4572 is one that would work but upon closer inspection, that one doesnít have the plug on the front for mounting.Anyone have any ideas?
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