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    there is a casting number on the mounter master cylinder.
    2230600. Looks exactly like what in there.
    If you look that number up there are 9 different ones.
    Difference is the line out size.
    I ordered one $126 with the parts guys discount.

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    I think the fact that master cylinder she is holding is upside down may be throwing some people. At any rate he should be able to get refund or exchange for right one. The supplier should be able to straighten this out let know how you make out.

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    Called Boyce Equipment today.
    Ordered a A3 master cylinder for my A2?
    Go figure.
    Sent pictures to match it up to.

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    Well I Got the correct replacement Master Cylinder yesterday.
    Ordered it from Boyce Equipment.
    Put it in today.
    Stops on a dime with 9 cents change.
    No more pumping. Good firm pedal. Don't fade to the floor.Newmastercylinder.jpg

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    looks picture perfect
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in pa View Post
    Well I Got the correct replacement Master Cylinder yesterday.
    Ordered it from Boyce Equipment.
    Put it in today.
    Stops on a dime with 9 cents change.
    No more pumping. Good firm pedal. Don't fade to the floor.Newmastercylinder.jpg

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