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Old 05-18-2005, 01:05 AM   #1
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Default 7 3/4" Master Cylinder part #

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I am having trouble getting the correct master cylinder for my 93 SSEi. The bore length on mine is 7 3/4". The one I ordered and recieved (new Raybestos unit) is 6 7/8", which is the only part number shown for the 93 model. The 7 3/4" bore length is listed for the 94/95. Is it the same? Does anybody have the part number for the 93 master cyl with a bore of 7 3/4"? Or should I just order the 94/95 unit and slap it on with a prayer?
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