Wilwood 260-11098 Master Cylinder Reservoir Kit
- 7.0 oz. remote reservoir is designed to fit the TM1 Master Cylinder
- Includes a 30" long hose that has a 1/4" diameter
- Also contains 1 reservoir, 1 reservoir cap and 1 bracket for reservoir mount
- Fluid supply hose is a specially designed for brake fluid use and will not swell or leak like other commonly used materials
7.0 oz. remote reservoir kit for TM1 Master Cylinder. Contains: 30 inches 1/4" ID hose. Also contains 1 reservoir, 1 reservoir cap and 1 bracket for reservoir mount. 2 kits are required for 1 TM1 master cylinder assembly. Fluid supply hose is a specially designed for brake fluid use and will not swell or leak like other commonly used materials.
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