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Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. #1525120
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What is the correct casting number for a 1970 A, B, and E body drum brake master cylinder?

Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: JRepucci] #1525121
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2660809 is the casting number. The last year for the bolt-on,
double hump lid. Used from 67-70 drum brake, all models.
67 cars may of had 2225601 castings, same cylinder. Repops
are available, but without the number, has Bendix cast on bottom.

Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: demonH1B] #1525122
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Think this is the original of my 70 rr.


Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: b54406barrel] #1525123
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Excellent. Thanks guys.

This is the one that I have.

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Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: JRepucci] #1525124
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What is the correct casting number for a 1970 A, B, and E body drum brake master cylinder?




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Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: DAYCLONA] #1525125
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.

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Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: JRepucci] #1525126
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????


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Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: Stewpar] #1525127
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????




On the table that Dayclona posted; the 3420961 has no casting number... yes, it could be a replacement.

Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: JRepucci] #1525128
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????




On the table that Dayclona posted; the 3420961 has no casting number... yes, it could be a replacement.




On the picture you posted, what is the number stamped into the base then? Sure looks like 2660809????

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Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: Stewpar] #1525129
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????




On the table that Dayclona posted; the 3420961 has no casting number... yes, it could be a replacement.




On the picture you posted, what is the number stamped into the base then? Sure looks like 2660809????



Took a few seconds to see what you're talking about but it's on the mounting flange of the casting...

Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: screamindriver] #1525130
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????




On the table that Dayclona posted; the 3420961 has no casting number... yes, it could be a replacement.





On the picture you posted, what is the number stamped into the base then? Sure looks like 2660809????



Took a few seconds to see what you're talking about but it's on the mounting flange of the casting...





WOW! I didn't notice the casting number on the flange. But then in the picture; there it is. Thanks

Re: Correct casting number 1970 drum brake master cyl. [Re: JRepucci] #1525131
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Here is another master that I have... no casting number.




Isn't the casting number on the base????




On the table that Dayclona posted; the 3420961 has no casting number... yes, it could be a replacement.





On the picture you posted, what is the number stamped into the base then? Sure looks like 2660809????



Took a few seconds to see what you're talking about but it's on the mounting flange of the casting...





WOW! I didn't notice the casting number on the flange. But then in the picture; there it is. Thanks




Great, I thought I was losing my mind there for just a second!


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