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I have a 1968 std coupe 302 J code power brakes disc/drum. I want to buy a new master cylinder but cannot determine which one I need. I apparently need to know the line thread size. Does any know which MC is a direct replacement ?
 

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hmmm...weird...didnt know u had to know the line thread size... good to know if true since im gonna redo my brake system eventually...
 

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Sure, it's this one: http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_Master-Cylinder-Cardone-Select_20350053-P_230_R%7CGRPBRHYAMS_1881320944____

1378 will be the common number from whomever you buy it from.

If a USPS flat rate box would get it to you in Alaska, I have a brand new one (a second one) that I bought in desperation when I had a very difficult time getting my brakes to work properly (wasn't the problem). $20 plus the flat rate shipping would be like $31 to your door. PM me if you are interested in it.

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Bob
 

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You can just walk in the auto part store, go to the parts counter and say "Hi. I need a master cylinder for a '68 Maercury Cougar, with power disc / rear drum brakes."

I've done this a dozen or more times in the past and so far it has always worked. Never yet got a master cylinder for any other kind of car by mistake. Bought one that way 2 weeks ago at Pep Boys.

I have a 1968 std coupe 302 J code power brakes disc/drum. I want to buy a new master cylinder but cannot determine which one I need. I apparently need to know the line thread size. Does any know which MC is a direct replacement ?
 
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