1955-59 Chevy Pickup Master Cylinder Adapter
.19" Material Thickness, Steel, Painted, Hardware Included
- Bolts to the frame
- Re-use your original brake pedal
- Converts to dual-chamber master cylinder
This bracket allows you to replace that old single reservoir master cylinder with a modern dual reservoir unit. Bracket bolts to the frame and re-uses your original brake pedal. Designed for all disc and drum brake systems.
Accommodates master cylinders with bolt center spacing of 2-7/8" to 3-3/8".
916-31947 Instructions (PDF)
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