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Cleveland Master Brake Cylinders

mjk51

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Two Cleveland Master Brake Cylinders. Model 10-54a. These were manufactured in June of 2014. I purchased them new. I mounted them on my Skybolt but changed them out for a pair of 10-30's. They have not seen brake fluid yet. Also there is a pair of threaded adapters I turned out. Now asking $450 for the pair. Or make an offer. I'll pay shipping to USA.
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Here's some specs. on the cylinders...Spring-loaded piston type assembly without reservoir. Pin center length 7.88". Bore 5/8". Stroke 1.62". Wt. .45 oz. Ports in-line, no fittings. Aircraft Spruces has them at $363 each.
 

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