Right Stuff DBMC16 Power Disc Brake Master Cylinder, 1967-69 GM
Firewall Position, Disc Brake System Type, Tandem Outlet Count, Integral Reservoir Type
A nicely done licensed reproduction master cylinder for 67-69 Camaro, Chevelle, and Nova. For Power Brake applications. Includes bleeders, deep pocket and 1.1250 (inch and one eights) bore. Does not include casting marks. No core exchange. Includes generic cover & gasket. Delco Licensed. Correct for 1969.
- Reproduction master cyliner
- For 67-69 Camaro, Chevelle, and Nova
- For Power Brake applications
- Includes bleeders
- Deep pocket
- 1.125" bore
- Does not include casting marks
- No core exchange
- Includes generic cover & gasket
- Front Port: 1/2"-20 Threads
- Rear Port 9/16"-18 Threads
- Fluid Compatibility: Dot 3, 4 or 5
- Bleeder Kit Included: No
- Internal Residual Valves: No
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