Dual Outlet Master Cylinder Steel Dual Brake Line Kit w/ Adapters
Universal Fit, Steel, 0.188" Tube O.D., 1/2"-20 IFM Fitting End A, 9/16"-18 IFM Fitting End B
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This is a pair of steel brake lines intended to simplify plumbing from the master cylinder to a proportioning block, such as our 910-31358 or 835-26011179. Included with the pair of brake lines are two adapter fittings, allowing you to easily attach these lines to master cylinders utilizing a 1/2"-20 and 9/16"-18 pair of outlets.
- Features tight 90° bends at the master cylinder end
- Both ends of both lines are 3/8"-24 inverted flare nuts
- The longer of the two lines measures app. 12" from the bend to the end
- Brass Adapters
- 1/2"-20 IFM to 3/8" - 24 IFF
- 9/16"-18 IFM to 3/8" - 24 IFF
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What's In The Kit
Dual Outlet Master Cylinder Steel Dual Brake Line KitPart # 91031801Qty x 1
1/2-20 IFM to 3/8-24 IFF AdapterPart # 9103183-1/2Qty x 1
9/16-18 IFM to 3/8-24 IFF AdapterPart # 9103183-9/16Qty x 1
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