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Mechanical to Juice????

If you are using a '35 to '38 rear end, it's basicly a bolt for bolt swap using '39 to '48 pieces. The Model A rear end is a little weak for the kind of use most car get these days. I wouldn't recomend using one if a later one is avalible. I've never worked with a '32 to '34 rear end but would suspect they would fall into the same catagory as the A. I like to use a master cylinder from an '67 Mustang. The NAPA part # is 101485. It's a drum/drum, non-power unit. Seems to work well with the early Ford brakes.
Sell 'em or build a banger!


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