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I was wondering how come i can't find a master cylinder for a 1998 range rover 4.6 hse. Is there another one i can use to substitute the one i can't find because i plan on purchasing this vehicle however i am told the master cylinder needs to be replaced.

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Have the master cylinder reconditioned, it will be just as good as a new one and a lot cheaper too

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