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  1. #11 Re: Brake master cylinder identification 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Stott View Post
    accepted, but i'm a la frog!!
    And I am in Spain.
    Hopefully those in the UK can get used to it!
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    The master cylinder on mine went. It’s off a mk3 Cortina. I went on forums and found out that a 3 series Land Rover is the same. Bought one for £31 delivered. Only difference is one of the pipe screws are different but as I am replacing the pipes I will change over the ends. Sorted. Cheers.
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