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GARAGE SALE - 1"BORE M.C.-POWER/MANUAL
GARAGE SALE - 1"BORE M.C.-POWER/MANUAL

GARAGE SALE - 1"BORE M.C.-POWER/MANUAL

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Corvette-style master cylinder has a 1" bore and is suited for disc/drum combinations. Features dual outlets so the plumbing can come out either side of the master cylinder. These master cylinders will work with manual or power brake systems. They come with a deep-well piston for manual brakes and an adapter to fill the deep well for use with a power booster.

  • 3/8"-24 IFF outlet ports
  • Mount spacing is 3-3/8" on center
  • Works with power or manual brake systems

This is Garage Sale priced because it does not include plugs or bleed kit.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS 

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