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AFCO 7010-0026 Master Cylinder Straight Fitting
AFCO 7010-0026 Master Cylinder Straight Fitting

AFCO 7010-0026 Master Cylinder Straight Fitting

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MFG. Part #:
7010-0026
Fitting End A:
1/8" NPT Male
Fitting End B:
3/8"-24 I.F. Female
Material Type:
Brass
Finish:
Natural
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The brass fitting is 1/8" NPT male on one end and 3/8"-24" inverted female flare on the other. This is used to screw into most master cylinders and attach a standard 3/16" steel brake line.

 

Brake system fittings to complete your brake plumbing project.

Racer Note: Racing brake calipers, if properly maintained, can generally be used for several racing seasons. Frequent replacement of the caliper pistons and seals will increase caliper life and performance.

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Application: Straight Master Cylinder Line Fitting

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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