Push Type Slave Cylinder w/ Push Rod Kit
Universal Fit, 2.375" Centerline of Holes, 1.25" Travel
- Includes Push-Type Clutch Release Slave Cylinder and Pushrod for Slave Cylinder
- Aluminum clutch release has approximately 1.25" of travel, 3.243" length, 1.221" thickness
- Anodized finish for rust and corrosion prevention
- Pushrod made from premium steel construction for superior strength and durability
- Pushrod max mounting distance 7.00", minimum mounting distance 6.600"
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- (1) Speedway Push-Type Clutch Release Slave Cylinder
- (1) Speedway Pushrod for Slave Cylinder
Speedway Push-Type Clutch Release Slave Cylinder
Push type slave cylinder with 7/8" bore size. Has approximately 1.25" of travel. Inlet fitting that comes on the cylinder is 3/8 x 24 IFF. Has 2-3/8" mount bolt centers.
- Overall Length: 3.243"
- Overall Thickness: 1.221"
- Centerline of Holes: 2.38"
- Bore Size: .875"
- Thread Pitch: 1/8" NPT
- Finish: Anodized
- Material Type: Aluminum
Note: If you want to plumb AN3 or AN4 lines, order 1/8 NPT to AN3 or AN 4 in either straight, 45 degree, or 90 degree and remove the fitting that comes installed.
Speedway Pushrod for Slave Cylinder
Replacement adjustable pushrod for push-style slave cylinder, 91025605.
- Diameter Big End: 0.490"
- Diameter Small End: 0.3680"
- Max. Mounting Distance: 7.00"
- Min. Mounting Distance: 6.600"
- Material Type: Steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Speedway Push-Type Clutch Release Slave CylinderPart # 91025605Qty x 1
Pushrod for Slave CylinderPart # 91025606Qty x 1
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