2007 GT500 brake question

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Asked by Aug 16, 2011 at 10:08 AM about the Ford Shelby GT500

Question type: General

Here is a pic of stuff from ebay that is on sale for super cheap.  Can someone tell me what the silver part in front is?

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1,195

it looks like it could be the master cylinder. Does this eBay sale come with a description? I have never seen a GT500 mc but I would imagine with the bigger brakes you might want to go with a bigger mc. If the prior owner of those brakes went with bigger then they probably did the same.

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turns out it is part of the e-brake. Thanks for the responses!

1,195

That was actually my next guess. Good luck with them.

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