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Wilwood 260-1304 Integral Reservoir Alum. Master Cylinder, 3/4 In Bore
Wilwood 260-1304 Integral Reservoir Alum. Master Cylinder, 3/4 In Bore

Wilwood 260-1304 Integral Reservoir Alum. Master Cylinder, 3/4 In Bore

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Wilwood 260-1304 Integral Reservoir Alum. Master Cylinder, 3/4 In Bore
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Reservoir Type:
Integral
Bore Size:
.750"
Centerline of Holes:
2.25"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Mounted Length:
4.125"
Overall Height:
4375"
Outlet Fitting:
3/8"-24 IF
Capacity:
1.4 fl. oz.
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
260-1304
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Each
Notes:
Pushrod has 5/16"-24 threads.
Area:
0.44 sq. in.
Stroke:
1.40"
Volume:
0.61 cu. in.
Flange to End:
3.91""
Outlet Fit:
3/8-24 IF Female
Outlet Size:
3/8-24"
GTIN Code:
889545067118
Outlets:
1

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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

Application

  • 3/8"x24 IF outlet (remove adapter fitting and it is AN3)
  • Face of mounting flange to end of housing is 3-15/16”
  • Lid protrudes another 3/16”
  • Overall length from mounting surface to outmost edge of lid is 4-1/8”
  • Overall height of housing and lid is 3-3/8”
  • Lower mounting flange extends below housing 7/8”
  • Overall height from base of flange to top of lid is 4-1/4”
  • From mounting flange to end of threaded pushrod is 3-7/8”

Specs

  • 3/8"x24 IF outlet (remove adapter fitting and it is AN3)
  • Face of mounting flange to end of housing is 3-15/16”
  • Lid protrudes another 3/16”
  • Overall length from mounting surface to outmost edge of lid is 4-1/8”
  • Overall height of housing and lid is 3-3/8”
  • Lower mounting flange extends below housing 7/8”
  • Overall height from base of flange to top of lid is 4-1/4”
  • From mounting flange to end of threaded pushrod is 3-7/8”

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