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  • jimmijim8
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    Faso

    Very good Bob. I'm tracking one now that's at 18.00. Frugal Arsse Studebaker Owner

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  • Bob Andrews
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    Thanks, all. I found prices for this master from $165 down to what I paid, which was $42 including shipping; quite a spread in maybe 15 minutes' worth of research. That's not CASO, that's just dilligence!

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  • StudeDave57
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    Originally posted by Bob Andrews View Post
    Thanks Dave, but jimmijim hooked me up with the info. Should be all set- at least for now!
    Good thing- 'cuz the box from NAPA had a different number on it,
    as did the one from Studebakers NorthWest!!!




    StudeDave '57

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  • jimmijim8
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    1 inch bore

    I ain't Lion jimmijim

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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    A bigger bore will give you a harder pedal push, but a shorter stroke.
    (Unless you change your pivot point)


    Originally posted by Bob Andrews View Post
    So what size do I need for this car??

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  • Bob Andrews
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    So what size do I need for this car??

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  • 52 Ragtop
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    Bore size is 1".

    Jim

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  • jimmijim8
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    2796 bore size = 1" jimmijim I ain't Lion

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  • Bob Andrews
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    Sat. AM bump- Can anyone help with that bore size?

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  • Bob Andrews
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    Question- What bore should this master be? We're thinking 1 1/8". Is this correct?

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  • Bob Andrews
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    Thanks Dave, but jimmijim hooked me up with the info. Should be all set- at least for now!

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  • StudeDave57
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    I've got two new ones on the shelf over at my shop- I'll try to remember to look at the boxes when I head over there a bit later today if you'd like...

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  • jimmijim8
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    Same thing Bob. Some are U2796{united} give me a call. I bought 2 for the price of one. Fork truck parts supplier. jimmijim

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  • Bob Andrews
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    P.S. I did recall the below thread, but I'm not sure it answers my specific question:

    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...or-Disk-Brakes

    Or maybe Warren did. Clarification?

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  • Bob Andrews
    started a topic Brakes: Master cylinder question

    Master cylinder question

    Working on the 57 Provincial (finally). Car is getting complete new brakes- all new shoes, wheel cylinders, hoses, lines, and master.

    Am currently looking for a master cylinder. I want to stay with a bolt-on single master, stock-type. My understanding is that a Wagner PN 2796 will fit (from Nate's site). Looking around I found a new one for a good price. However, the number shows as F2796. Is this the same? What does the 'F' denote?

    A forum search did not turn up an answer to this, at least that I could find.
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