OTB Gear 6420 Brake Master Cylinder, Finned, Polished
Universal Fit, Tandem/Both Sides Outlet Count, Integral Reservoir Type, Polished
- Made from lightweight, durable cast A-356 aluminum
- Has a dual chamber with four connection ports
- Designed for shallow pushrod piston style power brakes
- The mounting bolt hole spacing measures 3-3/8" on center
- Comes pre-drilled with 9/16"-18 and 1/2"-20 IFF outlets
Here is a stylish replacement for the factory cast iron boat anchor. In their traditional firewall location, the original doesn't contribute much glamor to a hot rod. We have taken our high quality cast aluminum brake cylinder and added a stunning finned top - cast in A-356 aircraft grade aluminum and polished to a show level shine.
Besides good looks, you get a 1" bore, dual chamber design with four connection ports. It has 2 mounting holes on a 3-3/8" on center. Run your tubing left or right, it's your choice. Function with beauty... You can raise your hood again!
- Cast A-356 Aluminum
- 1" Bore
- Dual Chamber with four connection ports
- 9/16"-18 and 1/2"-20 IFF outlets
- For Power brakes - shallow pushrod piston style
- Mounting bolt hole spacing 3-3/8" on center
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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