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Master Cylinder Bore 3/4"or 7/8"?

Discussion in 'Roxor Tech' started by justin_bongo, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. Jan 19, 2019
    justin_bongo

    justin_bongo Member

    Pampa, TX
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    Anyone figured this out??
    I've been digging around without much luck.
    JT
     
  2. Dec 5, 2019
    Steve's 70-5

    Steve's 70-5 Member 2020 Sponsor

    Louisville, Ky
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    Called a dealer, they told me the only way to find out would be to physically measure the bores on a master cylinder.
     
  3. Jan 15, 2020
    Steve's 70-5

    Steve's 70-5 Member 2020 Sponsor

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    Here are pictures of the master cylinder and the the part number. Will be looking for specs on the cylinder. I need to find out what the throw is on the cylinder.

    With this information maybe information can be found on bore and brake line threads.

    The mounting plate is a odd shape and the mounting bolts are not top and bottom

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    Pictures of side of master cylinder

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    This is the part number of the master cylinder, 2 pictures are of the same tag

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    As stated, I need to find the throw of the rod of the cylinder.
     

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