Push Type Slave Cylinder
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Push type slave cylinder with 7/8" bore size. Has approximately 1.25" of travel. Inlet fitting that comes on the cylinder is 3/8 x 24 IFF. Has 2-3/8" mount bolt centers.
Pushrod sold separately (910-25606).
Note: If you want to plumb AN3 or AN4 lines, order 1/8 NPT to AN3 or AN 4 in either straight, 45 degree, or 90 degree and remove the fitting that comes installed.
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Standard style fork with a pocket for the clutch pushrod. Fork fits 1973-1984 GM 6 & 8 cylinder cars and trucks. May fit earlier vehicles with slight modification.
Speedway pull type slave cylinder with 7/8" bore for clutch use. Works great with stock-style hydraulic throwout bearings or Ram Couplers. Has a 3/8"-24 inverted flare female inlet. Bleeder adapter and bleeder are included.
- Ram shaft is 3/8" O.D.
- Cylinder body is 4.09" long
- Cylinder body is 1-7/16" O.D. at end by fittings
- Cylinder body is 1-3/8" at opposite end of fittings
A 5/16” heim will fit both ends of cylinder (not included). Our heim part number is 1750202.
Note: For most multi-disc clutch set-ups we recommend the use of a smaller 3/4" bore master cylinder.
This popular, lightweight, compact design is used for clutch and small master cylinder requirements and is well known for its dependability. It incorporates an improved plastic screw-on filler cap which protects the fluid in the 1.4 ounce reservoir.
- Includes fitting to accept 3/8"-24 inverted flare from 3/16" hard line
- If AN-3 or AN-4 flex line is to be used, the following adapters will work:
- 910318-3/8 (3/8"-24 to AN-3 Male Brake Fitting)
- 6174030 (3/8"-24 Inverted Flare to AN-4 Fitting)
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Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
Adjustable pushrod for push-type slave cylinder 910-25605.
The Speed Bleeder is a direct replacement for the bleeder assembly in your caliper. This makes brake bleeding truly a one-man operation. Simply "crack" the bleeder loose, pump the brakes, then close the bleeder.
Sold in pairs.
Read more about bleeding brakes in our tech article, How To Bleed Your Brake Lines.