1967 PB master cylinder

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1967 PB master cylinder

Postby BigJohn » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:50 pm

Does anyone know what master cylinder was used in 67? I tried using a 68 but the push rod was too long and I overextended two new MC's when I put them on. The part number for my old one came back as 67 mustang/cougar. Does this seem right?
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Re: 1967 PB master cylinder

Postby InfoFord » Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:29 am

it is common for ford to use the same parts across the board

get it and check the bore size and configuration to see if it matches your original one

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Re: 1967 PB master cylinder

Postby BigJohn » Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:50 am

Ya I think I will do that. Thanks fella!
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Re: 1967 PB master cylinder

Postby jeff389 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:19 pm

the 1967 master cylinder & pedals are different form the 68-72, the pedal mounting bracket mounts the pedal closer to the firewall thus making the booster arm shorter.... you need & can only use a 67 booster unless you swap out the pedal mounting bracket with one from a 68-72

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Re: 1967 PB master cylinder

Postby jeff389 » Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:21 pm

check out fordification.com great info on there...... check out the tech articles. there is an article on the differences of pedal assemblies from year to year & other great info super useful tool

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Re: 1967 PB master cylinder

Postby BigJohn » Sun Jun 09, 2013 10:30 am

Almost forgot to follow up here for anyone else with the same issue.

The master cylinder was a 67 mustang/cougar/fairlane, ect-essentially every car built in 1967.

Swapped it on, spent some time adjusting the push rod out a little at a time and we have brakes now. I did have to cut off the brake hose fitting and change to a new one (and reflare the tube) but all in all it went pretty smooth.
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