1966-1974 Mopar Bendix Master Cylinder, 1 Inch Bore
75-79 Chrysler, 62-79 Dodge, 62-78 Plymouth, Firewall Position, Disc/Drum Brake System Type
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If you're looking for a high quality master cylinder for your 1966-1974 Mopar B/E body, look no further. This master cylinder is 1.125" bore with 9/16"-20 & 1/2"-20 ports. This master cylinder has internal residual valves and features a black finish.
- 1966-1974 Mopar B/E body
- Will work with power brakes
- 1.125" bore
- Black finish
- Mounted Length: 7"
- Height: 6"
- Width: 3-3/8"
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