Is this to good to be true? I just picked up a 1990 ranger master cylinder to replace the stock cast iron master in my 65 fastback. It's virtually a direct bolt in, the ports are on the and are correct side, and are standard 7/16" and 9/16" inverted flare it's got a 15/16" bore and all the same measurements as the original. My car has front Granada discs and stock rear drums. The ranger is also a discs drum set up. Can anyone see why this won't work? Most people seem to be using the 2000 ranger MC but it has the metric fittings on the wrong side and 1" bore, which equals a harder pedal to depress.
Everything seems to match up so I don't see why it won't work. I'll definitely look into this for my brake setup.
Thanks for posting.
1968 GT/CS clone restromod in progress of restoration being reborn with a 390FE, 4.11 limited-slip Ford 9", 17x8's Bullet edition silver matallic rims, Raven Black paint, Deluxe black interior, & to many other mods to list.