Speedway Push-Type Clutch Release Slave Cylinder
Universal Fit, 3.243" Overall Length, 1.221" Overall Thickness, 2.38" Centerline of Holes
- This push type slave cylinder features a 7/8" bore size
- It has a 2-3/8" on-center mount bolt pattern
- It features nearly 1-1/4" of travel
- The ports on either side are 1/8" NPT, and can be used as bleeder and inlet/outlet ports interchangeably
- Slave cylinder includes 3/8"-24 IFF inlet fitting to accept standard brake line flare nuts, and comes with 1/8" NPT bleeder assembly
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.
Pushrod sold separately (910-25606).
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.
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