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SCOTT MASTER BRAKE CYLINDER MODEL B-711

From $0.13 to $399.85
No. Description Req’d. Part No. Price Buy
1Vent Screw Gasket1
1159
$3.85
Quantity
2Bracket, R.H. Unit1
1220
$299.95
Quantity
3Bracket, L.H. Unit1
1232
$268.95
Quantity
4Diaphragm Pad 1
2003-1
$39.95
Quantity
5Spring1
1256
$16.85
Quantity
6Vent Screw1
1258
$16.90
Quantity
7Compression Cover1
2728
$399.85
Quantity
8Piston1
1383
$69.80
Quantity
9Pedal, R.H.1
1712
$289.95
Quantity
10Pedal, L.H.1
1714
$268.95
Quantity
11Diaphragm1
2844
$42.50
Quantity
12Screw MS35265-4510
AN500-A8-8
$0.21
Quantity
13Nut1
AN365-1032
$0.13
Quantity
14Bolt AN3-20A1
18431
$0.31
Quantity
Subtotal $0.00
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Overview

The Scott Brake Master Cylinder is one of the largest selling aircraft master cylinders in the world. Installed as standard equipment on Piper and other aircraft for many years, these units provide rugged and virtually trouble-free service with few wearing parts. One pair of master cylinders – one left hand (1248H) and one right hand (1260H) – is required on most aircraft. On the Piper Tri-Pacer, however, only one left master cylinder (1248H) is required.

Specifications

  • Maximum Working Pressure: 350 lbs
  • Pedal Pressure: 100 lbs
  • Recommended Hydraulic Fluid: MIL-H-5606
  • Weight as Shown: 21 ounces dry




No. Description No. Description
Master Cylinder, LH 7 Compression Cover
Master Cylinder, RH 8 Piston
1 Vent Screw Gasket 9 Pedal, RH Unit
2 Bracket, RH Unit 10 Pedal, LH Unit
3 Bracket, LH Unit 11 Diaphragm
4 Diaphragm Pad 12 Screw MS35265-45
5 Spring 13 Nut
6 Vent Screw 14 Bolt AN3-20A
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Reviews

As described, fit well, functions fine. Its a flat piece of rubber with a bunch of holes, so not too much else to say.

Monte K
October 19, 2020

Well, its a gasket, but it does fit perfectly and my brakes quit leaking, so its a win!

Michael V
April 11, 2020

Great quality and fast shipping.

Steven S
November 13, 2019

Its a filler plug gasket. These cylinders dont use a vent.

Joe Z
October 20, 2018

It worked fine....

Joe Z
October 20, 2018

Looks good....seems to work fine.

Joe Z
October 20, 2018

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