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64 Commander Master Brake Cyl Substitutions

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  • 64 Commander Master Brake Cyl Substitutions

    By skimming through a couple of hundred treads, there are several references to Jeep as a substitution for 63 and 64 year model 2 port Stude master brake cylinders.

    Mine is a 64 Commander 4-dr, 259 V8 that has been sitting for 15 years. The MC has some pitting. Any suggestions on what model Jeep will substitute? I have looked all over the web for this particular part and have been unsuccessful to date...time for me to ask the real guys and gals in the know.

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    quote:Originally posted by Aberdude

    By skimming through a couple of hundred treads, there are several references to Jeep as a substitution for 63 and 64 year model 2 port Stude master brake cylinders.

    Mine is a 64 Commander 4-dr, 259 V8 that has been sitting for 15 years. The MC has some pitting. Any suggestions on what model Jeep will substitute? I have looked all over the web for this particular part and have been unsuccessful to date...time for me to ask the real guys and gals in the know.
    Paul
    Winston-Salem, NC
    Visit The Studebaker Skytop Registry website at: www.studebakerskytop.com

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    • #3
      No power brakes on this Stude. I appreciate the info.

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      • #4
        I used one spec'd for a 1972 amc ambassador with drum brakes.

        DARE TO BE DIFFERENT...DRIVE YOUR STUDEY EVERY DAY!

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