Wilwood 260-14243-P Remote Tandem Master Cylinder, Ball Burnished
Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Tandem/Both Sides Outlet Count, Remote Reservoir Type, Polished
- Features a 1” bore that can be used in manual and power assisted applications
- Mounting flanges measure from 3.22" to 3.40"
- Will work on domestic cars and trucks from the mid-1960s to present
- Has fluid ports located on both sides of the bore
- Precision machined of high-pressure die castings
Wilwood’s Remote Ball Burnished Tandem Master Cylinder features a 1” bore that can be used in manual and power assisted applications and does not come with a pushrod. The mounting flanges measure from 3.22" to 3.40" which is common for domestic cars and trucks from the mid-1960s to present.
- Fluid Ports located on both sides of the bore
- Machined of high-pressure die castings
- Sold each
Overall Length(in): 7.16"
Flange to End Length (in): 6.56"
Inlet Size (in): .87" or 11/16"-20
Inlet Fit (in): 1/4" Hose
Outlet Size 1 (in): 1/2"-20
Outlet Fit 1 (in): 3/8"-24 IF or 1/2"-20 IF
Outlet Size 2 (in): 1/2"-20
Outlet Fit 2 (in): 3/8"-24 IF or 9/16"-18 IF
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