1939-48 Ford Single Master Cylinder w/ Stainless Sleeve, 1-1/16 Bore
Frame Position, Drum Brake System Type, Single Outlet Count, Integral Reservoir Type, Natural
- Triangular bolt pattern directly fits '39-'48 Fords
- NEW-not rebuilt
- 1/2"-20 outlet
Brake fluid can ruin your master cylinder in just a few years. Stop the problem by using a stainless steel sleeved master cylinder. The sleeve itself will cost you over $90 to have installed by other shops.
Has the triangular bolt pattern for 1939-1948 Ford and Mercury cars. Has a 1/2"-20 outlet fitting (washer sealed).
Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Bore is 1-1/16"
- Length from mount surface to opposite end is 5.375"
- Body height is 3.033"
- Body width is 3.088"
- Bolt pattern eye to eye on center is approximately 2.30"
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