|Used on Pitts and other homebuilts. Similar to Model 10-20 except with ports aligned differently.|
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The difference between these two are, P/N# 10-19 has an install length of 8.35". The port size is 7/16-20. The comments are, "Ports in-line, fittings 90 degrees, extruded aluminum body".
P/N# 10-20 has an install length of 7.48". The port size is 1/8-27 NPT. The comments are, "Ports in-line, no fittings, no rod celvis, extruded aluminum body." These two are not interchangeable with one another".
The o-ring kit you will need for a 10-19 is P/N# 199-505 (See Accessories).
It has 2 o-rings and 1 washer seal.
Approx 0.53 lbs.
There is not a steel body 10-19 per the Cleveland book.
The piston diameter is .560 inch.