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Push Type Slave Cylinder

Specs
Centerline of Holes:
2.38
Material Type:
Aluminum
Overall Length:
3.243
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
1.221
Finish:
Anodized
Thread Pitch:
1/8" NPT
Bore Size:
.875
Garage Sale:
No
Notes
Has 1.203" of travel. Includes 3/8"-24 IFF inlet fitting. Pushrod not included.
Push Type Slave Cylinder
Push Type Slave Cylinder
Push Type Slave Cylinder

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What's in the Box

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.

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
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Havasutom
Verified Purchaser
Lake Havasu City, AZ, USA
Product Rating

Very smooth operation of race clutch

February 04, 2015
Replaced a cable clutch on a Panoz GTRA track day car to make clutch operation easier after a knee replacement. Operation was then as easy as a stock clutch. Very smooth with great feel for engagement. This is with a single plate no spring racing clutch plate. Not only worked great but looked great doing it.
Pros:
  • easy to work on
  • beautiful anodized body
Cons:
  • None
Yes, I recommend this product.
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zombie289
SoCal
Product Rating

Great quality, ultra reliable component!

August 28, 2010
Easy to adapt to a Mustang 5.0 T5 trans to convert from cable to hydraulic actuation. I have done 75,000+ miles and this cylinder still works great!
Pros:
  • Easy To Adapt
  • Smooth motion
  • Good Quality
Yes, I recommend this product.
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DR Cassidy
Provo, Utah
Product Rating

Just what was needed

February 14, 2010
Alway the best in all respects
Pros:
  • Easily adapted to my 427
  • Nice billet part
  • Flexible Mounting
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

12 questions : 13 answers

What is the part number for the rebuild kit for this cylinder?

1 answers
akeller
Hartville, OH
January 18, 2015

What is the part number for the rebuild kit for this cylinder?

Answers

January 19, 2015
EricM
Sorry we do not offer a rebuild kit for this master cylinder.

Could you supply the mounting dimensions in relation to the cylinder length please

1 answers
Phil68
November 05, 2014

Could you supply the mounting dimensions in relation to the cylinder length please

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November 06, 2014
EricM
This slave cylinder is 2 3/16" from the mounting holes center line to the end of the cylinder (fluid inlet fitting side). It is 1 1/8" from the mounting holes center line to the pushrod side (not including the rubber boot).

Has anyone bought this type of slave cylinder and installed on a classic mini? The dimensions are almost the same as the original slave cylinder and I am wondering if it will work on my classic mini.

1 answers
kespi
Philippines
September 28, 2014

Has anyone bought this type of slave cylinder and installed on a classic mini? The dimensions are almost the same as the original slave cylinder and I am wondering if it will work on my classic mini.

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September 29, 2014
EricM
This is a universal master cylinder that we sell for use when custom fabricating a hydraulic clutch setup. Sorry we are not aware if it will work with your Mini.

I would like to feed the slave from the top. Could I put a tee in the top for the feed and bleed then plug the other hole? Firewall mounted Chevy 60's truck dual master brake and clutch cylinder.

1 answers
jimjet
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
June 24, 2014

I would like to feed the slave from the top. Could I put a tee in the top for the feed and bleed then plug the other hole? Firewall mounted Chevy 60's truck dual master brake and clutch cylinder.

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June 24, 2014
EricM
We do not recommend adding a hole for a fitting on the top side of the unit. You would be drilling into the bore where the piston must seal and it would no longer function.

Can the bleeder and inlet fitting be reversed?

1 answers
Fatfender
March 31, 2014

Can the bleeder and inlet fitting be reversed?

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April 01, 2014
EricM
The bleeder and inlet fitting could be reversed but you will have to have the bleeder pointing up in order for it to bleed the air out correctly.

I want to use this on a 1994 ford ranger w/ a 2.3L engine; do you have an adapter to use AN-3 or -4 line on the stock ford clutch m/c?

1 answers
October 16, 2011

I want to use this on a 1994 ford ranger w/ a 2.3L engine; do you have an adapter to use AN-3 or -4 line on the stock ford clutch m/c?

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October 17, 2011
John
Part # 91025605 This slave cylinder will hook up direct to AN4 or AN3 by removing the included brass fitting and converting from the 1/8” NPT to the AN4 or 3 in either straight or 90 degree. It has 1.25” of stroke and you can match that to your desired requirement and if possible move the pivot on the clutch arm as needed to achieve full travel. The Ford master cylinders come with a variety of outlet fittings and you will need to determine what you have for match up to our brake fitting line.

CAN YOU USE HYDRAULIC FLUID IN THIS SLAVE CYLINDER?

1 answers
COFFEYVILLE, KS
April 06, 2011

CAN YOU USE HYDRAULIC FLUID IN THIS SLAVE CYLINDER?

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April 07, 2011
Scott
I would recommend using a brake fluid in the slave cylinder. Typically you would just use a dot 3 or a high temp racing brake fluid in that set up.

Will this fit a Mopar 360 A-833 4-spd bellhousing?

1 answers
May 29, 2011

Will this fit a Mopar 360 A-833 4-spd bellhousing?

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June 02, 2011
John
This is a universal push type slave cylinder used on most makes and models of vehicles. It requires the addition of the pushrod under part number 91025606 for function. It has 1.25” of stroke and mount centers of 2 3/8”. Location of pushrod on clutch arm determines full clutch release. No brackets are included with the slave cylinder and it is up to the customer for fabrication of brackets or attachment to the bell housing.

Will this push slave cylinder bolt directly to the side of your Explosion-bellhousing (Part #5158650)?

1 answers
driver18
Topeka, KS
May 09, 2011

Will this push slave cylinder bolt directly to the side of your Explosion-bellhousing (Part #5158650)?

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May 14, 2011
Pat
You will need to make a bracket to mount a slave cylinder to this bell housing.

Will this slave cylinder work with one of your 7/8 MC on a SBC with a stock style clutch?

1 answers
Super Dave
TX
August 01, 2011

Will this slave cylinder work with one of your 7/8 MC on a SBC with a stock style clutch?

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August 02, 2011
Jason
THIS SLAVE CYLINDER HAS APPROX. 1.25" OF TRAVEL. A 3/4"bore master cylinder is generally adequate to operate this slave cyl. FEATURES 3/8"-24 IFF INLET THREAD, AN #3 OR #4 FITTING COULD BE USED BY REMOVING THE 3/8"-24 IF FITTING AND THEN INSTALLING 1/8" NPT MALE TO AN ADAPTOR FITTING Slave cylinder length is 3 1/4" long without boot. 5" long with boot This will work fine with SBC stock clutch
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