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  • Looking For EVO Softail Rear Brake Master Cylinder

    Like this.
    Part # 42446-87A

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    Or one like this for a late model FLHT.
    Part# 41755-97B

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    Looking for a serviceable OEM unit at a fair price. Not looking for a handout.
    Last edited by Mr Pib; 11-07-2019, 05:23 PM.
    Pib

    Home base: Southern Illinois
    1976 FX "Ralph"
    That which does not kill me makes me stronger.

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    Bump...
    Pib

    Home base: Southern Illinois
    1976 FX "Ralph"
    That which does not kill me makes me stronger.

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    • #3
      https://www.amazon.com/Superior-Dixi.../dp/B071RKVDBG
      about the same cost as a cartridge kit or

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bikers-Choi...QAAOSwO6JdXv4a
      Don't build no shit and there won't be no shit
      "It's not me, it's the assholes I run with"
      Let me out of my way
      1984 FLH King OF THE HIGHWAY

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      • #4
        whatever you get, I hope you have better luck than I did, when I had to replace the rear m/c on my Shovel.. went to a local m/c acc. shop & bought one..it didn't work.
        Wouldn't pump up. Tried 2 other "new" aftermarket m/c's, & they all wouldn't build up pressure, and / or, they leaked brake fluid where the rod actuated the piston. Last one I tried # 4 ? , only leaked a little, so I kept that..at least it worked..sorta. Wish I could have found a NOS / oem m/c.
        rochester Hills, Mi

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        • #5
          Thanks Jim, but I'm looking for OEM.
          I don't want the problems experienced by Joe.

          Editing original post for clarification.
          Pib

          Home base: Southern Illinois
          1976 FX "Ralph"
          That which does not kill me makes me stronger.

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          • #6
            One more bump...
            Pib

            Home base: Southern Illinois
            1976 FX "Ralph"
            That which does not kill me makes me stronger.

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            • #7
              I don't know if you'd be willing to fab a different mount or whatever, but I bought two 1/2" bore mc's on ebay for $9 each. I bolted them side by side on the stock Shovel backing plate and it's been on there for a few years.


              That's just me, though. If you're willing to forego the stock look, anything's possible.

              Bill
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              • #8
                I'm a big fan of your brakes Bill.

                What I'm wanting to do here, is install Evo forward controls on my Superglide. Only OEM will do.
                I believe everything will bolt right up except the rear brake master cylinder. I don't think I'll have any trouble fabbing a mount for it.
                I have everything but the rear master cylinder.
                Pib

                Home base: Southern Illinois
                1976 FX "Ralph"
                That which does not kill me makes me stronger.

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