Wilwood 220-13189 LH Proportioning Valve Bracket Kit
Wilwood LH Proportioning Valve Bracket Kit is specifically designed to work in conjunction with Wilwood Aluminum Tandem Master Cylinders in manual or boosted system applications. Stainless steel fluid tubes are precision bent with preinstalled stainless tube nuts for a simple bolt-on installation between the Combination Proportioning Valve and the Wilwood Tandem Master Cylinder. Stainless steel button head fasteners thread into the black e-coated bracket for a simple installation and years of durable, rust-free performance. This complete Mounting Bracket Kit includes all the mounting hardware.
- LH bracket
- Stainless steel construction
- Mounting hardware included
- Sold as a kit
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