Master cylinder only (rod end style)
Replacement master cylinder comes in 1/2" Bore
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Per the supplier: Yes, this will work just fine in a dual brake system.
Per the supplier: " 3/16" high pressure hydraulic line. " We offer part number 05-00200 which will work fine.
The OD of the cylinder body is 1" and the diameter of the attachment hole would be 1/4".
You would need to purchase the correct size fitting that would connect your reservoir line to the reservoir. To connect the line to the master cylinder, you would connect the line to the fitting that is attached to the cylinder.
This will have a .265" ID with a 1" length from hole to hole.
That distance is 5" but can be adjusted slightly longer if needed.
Yes it will come with it. The shaft will have a thread size of 1/4-28 threads.
It works with MD-3 ATF or any silicone brake fluid.
Yes you pull the piston in towards the black body.
3900 is the repair kit. We can special order this for from the manufacturer. Please contact sales for price, lead time and ordering.