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    Default Lockheed Brake Master Cylinders

    I tried posting this under "General Tech", and received one response, which led me to Pegasus racing. Unfortunately, they weren't able to help me out. Anyone have any more ideas? Any help is greatly appreciated.
    I have a Lockheed Brake master cylinder that is leaking. Part number 3211-426, with a .700 bore. I have tried cleaning out all of the gunk, lubing the seals & reassembling it. It still leaks, & I'm having trouble locating either a rebuild kit or a complete unit. I have an empty box that may have been a rebuild kit at one time, don't know, it came with the car. I've read that they came off of Ford Sierras or Vauxhall Vivas. I haven't seen too many of those on the road here in Hawaii lately. Does anyone know where I might be able to get any parts or a replacement that will bolt onto a stock flange, for a '82 7?
    Thanks, Kurt
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    I think these older dual circuit units are becoming harder to come by.

    Here's a couple leads for you:

    http://www.redlinecomponents.co.uk/

    http://www.pastparts.co.uk/

    http://www.powertrackbrakes.co.uk/wc....html#cylinder

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    hi. if it came off a Sierra, you can have your american parts guy (or rockauto) look up a late 80s Merkur Scorpio or Merkur XR4ti

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    Many thanks for all of the leads. I'm hoping that I don't have to replumb the brake system. This will get me going in the right direction.
    Kurt

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    If you can get a rebuild kit; try White Post restorations. They can re sleeve anything and do a great job


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