Cleveland Master Brake Cylinder Model 10-35

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Part# 06-01212
MFR Model# 010-03500


Has a built-in reservoir and is used in production aircraft. Cast aluminum construction. 5/8" bore, 1.2" stroke, 0.36 cu. in. displacement. Outlet 1/8" NPT. Pin center length 8". Designed to mount on rudder pedal. Formerly Gerdes Model A-049-4
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Perfect replacement for my 1972 Grumman Traveler. The piston shaft is a larger diameter than the old shaft which is great because the shaft in the cylinder I replaced was bent. If you own a Grumman you know how important breaks are, and this cylinder is better than the original. All dimensions, other than the piston shaft diameter, are identical to the original.

Ben K
August 15, 2019


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Q: Could you tell me which hydraulic fluid is recommended to use with these Cleveland master brake cylinders?

Per the vendor, the MIL-H-5606 is best. Our part number for reference is 09-27000 or 09-00774.

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