Ford transit brake cyinder

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  1. carsan

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    Hi I am looking for a master cylinder for my 1989 ford transit motorhome 2.5diesel think it a mk111,there is a number stamped on the base of the cylinder LB06BZ040AD Q23 have tried on ebay but there are numerous cylinders available but not the same as mine. Think I might have to get from a scrappy going by te age of the van.
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    Sandy
     
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    Check with your motor factors or local ford agent.

    If you go to ford, at least they will find the part number for you, and you can then go to your motor factors.

    Don't run your life on ebay - they are often more expensive! Take a customers traction control switch. He found a USED one on Ebay for £45.......NEW VW switch from main dealer - £15!

    Parts for the old transits are still plentiful!
     
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  5. carsan

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    Thanks for the info I managed to get one today from the local parts shop who accessed it right away, should have tried them earlier would have saved hours on ebay, will know next time. I;m now back on the road, yehaa.
     
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