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 Post subject: pbr master cylinder stamp codes ???
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 8:46 am 
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Hi all
Have searched every where for no result.....
As i understand the xf wagons and utes used a different master cylinder to the sedans, different bias?? my question is how do i decypher the stamp coding on the master cylinder to see what I have currently in a ute. I have taken over a ute half way through rebuild, this ute has 4 disc setup,the cylinder is leaking and dont know whether to rebuild this one cause i cant tell if its the right one or not.
and I'm guessing a booster from eb should be ok to use in the xf?
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 Post subject: Re: pbr master cylinder stamp codes ???
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 11:04 am 
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Mate
I have a brand new master cylinder for sale what codes r on the cylinder

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 Post subject: Re: pbr master cylinder stamp codes ???
Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 11:39 am 
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Found the info i needed, its amazing what you learn when you read the manuals :mrgreen:
The xf utes have a 3.1Mpa bias split, same as EA/EBseries 1 wagons, and i just happen to have rebuilt one of those.
The sedans have a 2.4 split so not suitable for utes/wagons. These numbers are stamped on the end near the brake switch.
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