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Old 10-27-2020, 09:50 PM   #1
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92 Fleetwood Bounder Brake Master Cylinder

Where do I go to find the correct master cylinder for my new-to-me 92 Fleetwood Bounder? It's mostly Ford big block stuff under the hood. The 92 F350 brake master cylinder bolt pattern is 0.200" too narrow though.
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You can try looking at Arizona RV salvage. They have salvage yards in Phoenix and I believe in Glendale.
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You can try looking at Arizona RV salvage. They have salvage yards in Phoenix and I believe in Glendale.
Thanks, Tony! I'll keep them in mind. I found a master that fits today at NAPA. It has an additional port though so I'll have to hunt down an SAE flare fitting plug tomorrow. Making progress.
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