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Old 02-23-2002, 19:48   #1 (permalink)
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Question Brake part I.D.

#1. Need help I.D. M.C. currently on car. I'm restoring the M.C. on my 69 mustang(P/B front disks). I believe my M.C. is a replacement. Mine does not have bleeder screws or piston stops. It is also manufactured by a company with "Lockheed" in its name. If this is correct M.C., I need help finding replacement repair kit. #2 My brake booster is also in need of replacement parts. I know booster works fine because of operation before restoration, but its rubber parts are in need of help. Also the rod which depresses M.C. is rusty. Any help or advice would be helpful. I could really use help from some one who has done this before. R.S.
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Old 02-23-2002, 19:59   #2 (permalink)
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im sorry i cant help you but welcome to the fordforums.

by the way you mention lockheed in your thread i thought they only made fighter jets and stuff like that. anyway welcome.
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Old 02-24-2002, 01:26   #3 (permalink)
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Lockhead I think it is?
Try a brake specialist.Where do you live?
A brake spec in St Marys are good...
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Them's the brakes

Unless you want to keep it 100% original you might be able to find a master cylinder off a Falcon or similar Aus car to put on it. Best to take it to a brake shop and let them sus it out and advise accordingly.
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