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    Master Power Brakes" has a remote reservoir/Master combination that looks interesting. Is anyone familiar with this company? Has anyone on the board used them?

    I hate to cut a hole in the new carpet and new floor board if I eventually want to have front discs, dual master and remote reservoir. When it comes to brakes I'm not looking for style points.

    http://www.mpbrakes.com/products/pro...product_id=670

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    Last edited by mmagic; 09-09-2011, 10:04 PM. Reason: Add image

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    Don't see why it wouldn't work. Looks like a nice unit. There are OEM master cylinders out there that will work too, such as Mitsu Eclipse, and Nissan Quest/Mercury Villager. If your sole purpose is a remote reservoir there are kits to convert a stock stude master cylinder to remote fill...I think they were originally made for old JEEPs...I know this info is somewhere on the forum so a little searching should turn something up. Junior
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      AFAIK, Master Power brake is a pretty reputable company. I have one of their combo valves on my Hawk.
      64 GT Hawk (K7)
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