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Old 02-22-2010
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I have looked thru the Ford manual but I cannot find the master cyl bore dia. 97 Ranger 4cyl 5spwith power brakes. Can any one help? Did that truck ever have non-power brakes?
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They had power brakes only. For the bore diameter of the brake master cylinder, try RockAuto. When I was looking at various clutch master and slave cylinders, they often included the diameter in the part description.
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