Single 7 Inch Brake Booster Master Cylinder Combo, 1 Inch Bore
Universal Fit, Vacuum Diaphragm Single Brake Booster Type, 7 Inch Brake Booster Diameter
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Compact for installation under floor or on firewall of almost any vehicle. Booster measures only 7" in diameter. Cast iron master cylinder has a 1" bore and is suited for disc-disc or disc-drum combinations.
Master cylinder features two 3/8"-24 inverted flare ports on each side (plugs are included for ports not in use).
- Compact design to fit into small spaces under the hood
- Universal in design, makes for a simple install
- Heavy-duty zinc-plated steel construction to provide years of service
- Uses standard DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluids
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Pushrod-to-mounting flange is 5-1/2"
- Four bolts on 3-3/8" centers
- Booster is 3.75" thick
- Master cylinder combo is 11.875" from end of the master cylinder to the firewall
- (4) qty 3/8"-24 outlet ports (2 plugs included)
- 8" from mount to outer edge
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What's In The Kit
Universal Power/Manual Master Cylinder, 1 Inch BorePart # 91031445Qty x 1
Speedway Single Diaphragm Power Brake Booster, 7 Inch, Chromate FinishPart # 91031430Qty x 1
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