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Old 01-11-2019, 01:34 PM   #1
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Default Looking for newer master cylinder

I have a 1985 Ranger that is a full drag truck with a 408" stroker motor and am looking for a better master cylinder to the '85 stock one. Would a newer Ranger ( or ??) with disc brakes fit?

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CNC or tilton masters would be a nice upgrade
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I have an explorer one on mine. Just have to cut and reflare end of lines with correct size nut to fit.....

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I am told, but have not investigated for myself, that the mid-80s F-350 master is pretty much bolt-on to the 1st gens.
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