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« on: July 14, 2017, 05:12:50 PM »

Looking at an old post I know the casting number is 2227161. I have one that has on the bottom 238 Bendix. After the allen bolt is 2  2227161  1. From the previous post this matches except for the 238 number. Does the 238 number have any significance? On the side is:

8665   10
  320  C  There may be something before the 3.
What are these? Date code?

I have another that the bottom castings are 081 Bendix    2 2227161  2. It has a plug instead of the allen bolt. Does this make it incorrect? On the side of it is:

8665   6
C     321  P

My car is #872 February 13th build date.

Thanks for the help! Mike

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« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2017, 09:27:55 PM »

Looking at an old post I know the casting number is 2227161. I have one that has on the bottom 238 Bendix. After the allen bolt is 2  2227161  1. From the previous post this matches except for the 238 number. Does the 238 number have any significance? On the side is:

8665   10
  320  C  There may be something before the 3.
What are these? Date code?

I have another that the bottom castings are 081 Bendix    2 2227161  2. It has a plug instead of the allen bolt. Does this make it incorrect? On the side of it is:

8665   6
C     321  P

My car is #872 February 13th build date.

Thanks for the help! Mike
The hex head stop bolt was used in 67 and part of 68 production prior to changing to the Allen cone head stop bolt.

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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2017, 10:39:18 AM »

The one without the allen head bolt has a plug in the hole almost flush with the casting. And I should have mentioned I have no idea what these master cylinders came off of. Mike

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« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2017, 03:48:26 PM »

The one without the allen head bolt has a plug in the hole almost flush with the casting. And I should have mentioned I have no idea what these master cylinders came off of. Mike
The typical hex head stop bolt protrudes above the casting. That is at least on the 67 Mustang Master cylinders I have seen.

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« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2017, 07:43:34 PM »

Here is a picture of the one without the allen bolt. Hopefully. This is my first try to add a picture. Mike



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