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Advance adapters nv4500 swap

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I think I am going to go with the advance adapters bellhousing for my nv4500 swap behind my 1st gen 12v. It is both easier for me to find, and also probably cheaper than using the 2nd gen parts...

My question is, will it be a problem then to use the dodge hydraulics? I don't have my ford in the garage yet and it's -33 outside so I aint crawling underneath it to see where the ford slave is mounted haha. I'm just wondering how hard it will be to mount the dodge slave.

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I'm assuming the truck in your avatar is the truck that's getting the swap? If so, It's no problem at all. I used the Ford master cylinder and line, and used the Dodge slave cylinder and it works perfectly.

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Hmm, I thought I updated my sig...Apparently not. But yes that's the truck. Thank you for the input!

Edit: Weird, I guess the sig only works on posts since I updated the sig...

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I'm assuming the truck in your avatar is the truck that's getting the swap? If so, It's no problem at all. I used the Ford master cylinder and line, and used the Dodge slave cylinder and it works perfectly.
sorry for bringing this back from the dead but my 92 f350 cummins conversion also got the advance adapters nv4500 swap, and I bought a new first gen slave cylinder and hooked it to my ford master and I either couldn't get it bled or it didn't have enough fluid displacement for the slave. Wondering if you had this problem or if you used a newer slave?
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sorry for bringing this back from the dead but my 92 f350 cummins conversion also got the advance adapters nv4500 swap, and I bought a new first gen slave cylinder and hooked it to my ford master and I either couldn't get it bled or it didn't have enough fluid displacement for the slave. Wondering if you had this problem or if you used a newer slave?

I used the newer second gen slave. I'm not sure, but it sounds like your bore sizes between the master and slave are different. They need to be the same, or damn close. Napa or someone like that should be able to tell you what the bore sizes are for the 1st gen and 2nd gen slaves. To hook the 2nd gen slave to the Ford line, you will have to open up the hole in the slave where the metal end of the line goes into it. Also, there may be a bore size difference between your 92 master, and my 96.

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