Wilwood 250-3677 Master Cylinder Adapter Kit
Universal Fit, .25" Material Thickness, Aluminum, Anodized, Hardware Included
- Adapts a vertical 2.25" center mount (most single outlet master cylinders) to a 3.22" horizontal spread of a tandem style master cylinder
- Can be to adapt a Wilwood clutch/brake pedal bracket or other pedals with a 2.25" vertical mount centerline
- Features a 4-7/8" long, 3-8"-24 thread pushrod
- Plate bolt pattern measures 2.25" center to center X 3.22" center to center
- Center hole diameter measures 1.510"
Adapter kit includes boot, pushrod, clevis assortment and a plate assembly. Adapts a vertical 2.25" center mount (most single outlet master cylinders) to a 3.22" hozontal spread of a tandem style master cylinder. Use to adapt a Wilwood clutch/brake pedal bracket or other pedals with a 2.25" vertical mount centerline to the 3.22" horizontal mount centerline common to the tandem style master cylinder.
- Pushrod 4-7/8" long, 3-8"-24 thread
- Plate bolt pattern 2.25" c to c X 3.22" c to c
- Center hole 1.510" dia.
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