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If in the near future the slave does go out, replace it only then since the process in replacing the MC doesn't really open things up to make slave replacement easier (other than having to bleed the system again). The slave may last for years. Hard to believe the PO didn't bother reinstalling the nut or the pin holder. Must have been frustrated. He might have put a seal kit into the MC when the cylinder was scored...and then when it didn't work, he gave up. His loss your gain.
I went with O'Reilly and spent about $60 on a MC (seal kits are dirt cheap but IMHO it's worth it to get the whole MC). They had about 8 choices...be careful you choose one that doesn't have a turret on top where the reservoir hose connects. I had a big problem trying to get clearance as the turret was contacting the bottom of the brake booster. I returned that one and went with another that looked like a silver bullet (like OEM) with only the plastic tube connector sticking up (like the original).
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