1968 B-body Disc/Drum Master Cylinder repair kit...

Thrashingcows

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Turns out the M/C on the coronet is toast after sitting the last 20 years....Car has the 4 piston Bendix disc brakes. Found a new M/C from Mancini and Year one doesn't have any rebuild kits in stock, and I can't seem to find a dorman kit. Anyone have a source for a kit, or number(s) for one, or should I just suck it up and buy the new Mancini unit?
 

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It depends on whether or not you have an N.O.S. MOPAR / Bendix
222.... etc. O.E.M. Master Cylinder or not.....

If not , go " aftermarket "....

If you do have one of the N.O.S. units, they are worth 10 times rebuilt than a New aftermarket.....

The Master Cylinder Kits --- ARE NOT --- made/ packaged by any company...
I have some Master Cylinder Kits --- New Old Stock.....

Master Cylinders --- $ 99.00 New // No Core Required.....
Master Cylinder Kits --- $ 55.00.... limited quantity (more than ZERO (0)
LOL !!!).....

P.M. me, as per forum rules, if interested.....
 

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Turns out the M/C on the coronet is toast after sitting the last 20 years....Car has the 4 piston Bendix disc brakes. Found a new M/C from Mancini and Year one doesn't have any rebuild kits in stock, and I can't seem to find a dorman kit. Anyone have a source for a kit, or number(s) for one, or should I just suck it up and buy the new Mancini unit?

mobileparts has you covered, i used a NOS kit from him also to rebuild my mc.
Still going strong!
 

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Odds are good it will not clean up with honing so a new kit will not help. You should check condition before ordering a kit.
Mike
 

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493 Mike says " odds are ".....
I don't know whether he is A) a gambler & B ) a good gambler (( LOL ))

But, if it can be rebuilt --- then, that is great, and a kit will cure your problem....
If NOT, and it must be Sleeved --- because it will not clean up with a simple hone --- a sleever will need this kit, because they have N O access to the correct kit, by application .....

So, either way --- whatever the odds are --- it is still a good idea to procure this kit --- because in 3 1/2 weeks --- @ Chryslers @ Carlisle --- the greatest MOPAR Event on Planet Earth ,

I could be Out Of Stock, with no way to find any more.....

Craig......
 

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