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Cleveland Master Brake Cylinder Model 10-54

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Part# 06-01214
MFR Model# 010-05400

Overview

Spring-loaded piston type assembly without reservoir. Simple design assures long troublefree service. Pin center length 7.88". Bore 5/8". Stroke 1.62". Wt. .45 oz. Ports in-line, no fittings
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Q: Is this a push or pull type? I need the pull type, and don't see that info on any of the master cylinders.

P/N 06-01214 is a push type unit. We do not stock a pull type unit. Contact sales with the Cleveland part number and we will be happy to special order it for you.

Q: What is the thread on the shaft of this Cleveland Master Brake Cylinder 10-54? I have to be sure it's compliant with my existing installation.

The threads on P/N# 06-01214 are 5/16-24.

Q: Is this part number 06-01214 (Cleveland brake cylinder model 10-54) FAA TSO Approved and legal for a certified aircraft?

Yes, it is a TSO'd unit. The packing slip refers to it as FAA TSO'D, PMA, OR STC'D APPROVED PART.

Q: Does this 10-54 MC need an external reservoir?

Yes, you will need to use an external reservoir if you are using a 10-54 master cylinder.

Q: What is different between 10-54 and 10-54A?

The 10-54 has a 8" installed length and the 10-54a is shorter at 7.28". Other than that they are the same.

Q: Do these need to be mounted vertically or horizontally?

This does not have a mounting position spec.

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