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1955-64 GM Master Cylinder for Drum Brakes
1955-64 GM Master Cylinder for Drum Brakes

1955-64 GM Master Cylinder for Drum Brakes

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1955-64 GM Master Cylinder for Drum Brakes
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Bore Size:
1.00"
Centerline of Holes:
3.38"
Material Type:
Steel
Mounted Length:
5.88"
Outlet Fitting:
7/16"-24
Finish:
Natural
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Notes:
Not for use with disc brakes.

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This is an OEM type single reservoir master cylinder for many 1955-1964 Chevy applications with original drum brakes. Has a 1" bore and a 7/16"-24 IFF outlet port. Not for use with disc brakes.

Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection

Catalog Correction: This unit has a 7/16" outlet, not a 3/8" port as stated in our catalogs.

Specs

  • 7/16"-24 IFF outlet
  • Bolt spacing for attachment is 3.390 or 3-3/8”
  • Piston has a 1-5/8” dish or bore for the pushrod
  • Overall Length:  5-7/8"

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