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What Dual Master Cylinder Works?

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What late Model Dual Master Cylinder will work on 1956 Fairlane? No Power. Manual Drum Brakes? Thanks 

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IIRC, either the 67 or 68 Fairlane or Mustang had a drum/drum that fits. Only uses 2 of the 4 bolt holes, or something. I’m sure someone will chime in.

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I used a 1967 Mustang drum brake master cylinder in my 55 TBird. It bolts up and works fine with the stock brake rod.  The only issue I had was the brake lines. The Mustang master cylinder brake lines come out of the driver's side.  The battery heat shield was in the way.  I removed the heat shield and made new lines.  The space was very tight.  Some people solve this issue with banjo fittings and braided brake lines.  You probably won't have this problem with your Fairlane.  I made this same swap a few years back with a 1957 Ford Custom.

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81 Mercury Colony park got dual master cylinder with one inch bore size.
Same as 59 Fairlane and 62 Falcon. Older Fords might be the same.


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81 Mercury would have had Front Disc Brakes. The Outlet for the Front Brakes would not have had a Residual Pressure Valve incorporated in the Cylinder, Master Cylinders for all Wheel Drum Brakes would have had RPV in both Outlets. That's the difference in Master Cylinders for all Drum or Disc/Drum Systems. . 

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My Colony Park had drums on all wheels and that master cylinder works fine on 59 Ford. :/
I still have those drums somewhere in safe.
Brake lines are at wrong side off master cylinder (engine side) but that's doesnt matter to me.


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Surprised that the 81 had Drum Brakes. Anyway that's why it works on your 59.

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Me too.  Ford changed over to front discs in the 65-68 time frame.  My 68 Torino was the first year it was standard equipment on that size car if I remember correctly.

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Surprised that the 81 had Drum Brakes. Anyway that's why it works on your 59.




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It must have been an Export to Finland. Rock Auto only shows Master Cylinders for Front Disc Brake.

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oldcarmark (6/27/2019)
It must have been an Export to Finland. Rock Auto only shows Master Cylinders for Front Disc Brake.


I dont know, car has scrapped years ago, but those eigthties STW's was mostly imported (your export, our import) somewhere in '89 in Finland because there was loophole in taxation law. That why here is still a lot of big american STW's in Finland without rear seat paddings. BigGrin




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