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1965 Disc Master Cylinder - Power and manual the same?

I have searched and can't find a definitive answer, probably due to me not searching correctly. Are the power disc and manual disc master cylinders identical? Some of the parts houses, including their suppliers, have no designation for either power or manual. One of the suppliers (Raybestos) only have a listing for a power master but a retailer has it listed as a manual master.

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65 and 66 never came from the factory with a power disc option .
The disc brakes cars have the large master cylinder with the clips
on the cap . The drum brake cars have the smaller master cylinder
with a screw on cap .

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Oh dopey me... page 2-8 of the September '64 first printing of the factory Shop Manual... "A booster unit is not available on Mustang models equipped with disc brakes."

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PM'ed you.. I have a repop I am not using, I went with dual bowl for safety reasons New never installed or bench bled. Hope this helps.
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PM'ed you.. I have a repop I am not using, I went with dual bowl for safety reasons New never installed or bench bled. Hope this helps.
Thanks Bill. And thanks VMF.

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