Aluminum Master Cylinder w/ Stainless Bore
Universal Fit, Firewall Position, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Tandem/Both Sides Outlet Count
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Brake fluid can ruin your master cylinder in just a few years. Stop the problem by using a stainless steel sleeved master cylinder. Our sleeved GM-style aluminum master cylinder provides a weight savings and longer service life. It has 2 mounting holes on a 3-1/4" center for 3/8" or 10mm bolts.
- 1" stainless steel sleeved bore
- Unpolished aluminum
- Height from center line to the top most point on the retaining bar is 3.5"
- 3/8"-24 inverted flare ports on each side
- 'Standard' or 'Long' thread 3/8"-24 IF male fittings should be used
- 'Short' thread IF male fittings will not seal properly
- Includes plugs for the side not used
- Deep piston design for manual or power brakes
- Pushrod NOT included
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
NotesHas a deep well piston that can be used with a manual pedal. Includes an adapter to fill the deep well so it can be used with a booster.
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Q & A
Day 2 afternoon update of the Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks Week to Wicked classic Chevy project.
Anytime you purchase a new master cylinder, it's important to remove all the air before installing it. Here is a very helpful video tutorial that will show you how to bench bleed a new master cylinder.