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Old 11-20-2010, 03:03 PM   #1
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Default Which brake master cylinder brand to get?

Hello everyone,

I need to purchase a new brake master cylinder asap and was looking for some quick input if anyone has had any good/bad experiences with their aftermarket cylinder.

Some brands I've seen:
PBR
Cardone
Wagner Brakes
Centric Parts
NPN Dorman

All ranging from ~$60-$160.

Thanks for looking!
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Default Re: Which brake master cylinder brand to get?

oem dealer.
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Default Re: Which brake master cylinder brand to get?

I've never had a problem with an Autozone m/c. I don't remember who made it though.
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Default Re: Which brake master cylinder brand to get?

dealer price is over $150 i dont think the OP wants to spend that kind of money. im going to get a new one from O'reilly
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You can buy rebuilt oem ones from autozone.
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I've gotten 3 Cardone ones from Advance Auto and they were all re-built OE Nissin's.
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