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Had a scary situation the other day, that when I had to make a quick stop one of the master cylinder studs coming out of the brake booster actually snapped in half and I lost my brakes completely. Anyone out there ever heard of such a problem?
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Not in over 15 years of turning wrenches have I ever seen or heard of that happening.
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