Speedway Pull-Type Clutch Release Slave Cylinder
Universal Fit, 10.750" Overall Length, 1.4375" Diameter, .88" Stroke, 0.8750" Bore Size, Purple
- Pull type slave cylinder with 7/8" bore for clutch use works great with stock-style hydraulic throwout bearings or Ram Couplers
- Has a 3/8"-24 inverted flare female inlet, bleeder adapter and bleeder are included
- Ram shaft is 3/8" O.D. cylinder body is 4.09" long, 1-7/16" O.D. at end by fittings, 1-3/8" at opposite end of fittings
- A 5/16” heim will fit both ends of cylinder (not included) our heim part number is 1750202
- Purple anodized finish for corrosion resistance
Speedway pull type slave cylinder with 7/8" bore for clutch use. Works great with stock-style hydraulic throwout bearings or Ram Couplers. Has a 3/8"-24 inverted flare female inlet. Bleeder adapter and bleeder are included.
- Ram shaft is 3/8" O.D.
- Cylinder body is 4.09" long
- Cylinder body is 1-7/16" O.D. at end by fittings
- Cylinder body is 1-3/8" at opposite end of fittings
A 5/16” heim will fit both ends of cylinder (not included). Our heim part number is 1750202.
Note: For most multi-disc clutch set-ups we recommend the use of a smaller 3/4" bore master cylinder.
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