Universal Power Brake Boosters
JEGS 555-631701 7 in. Dual Diaphragm Universal Power Brake Booster Features:
- Bolt Pattern (Firewall Side): 3 3/8 in. Center-to-Center Bolt Hole
- Bolt Pattern (Master Cylinder Side): 3 3/8 in. Center-to-Center Bolt Hole
- Pedal Rod Extension: 4 3/4 in. Long (3/8 in.-24 Thread)
Direct-Fit & Universal Brake Components
JEGS offers a wide variety of brake master cylinders, power boosters, mounting brackets, and hardware for direct fit or universal applications. Whether you're looking for a chrome unit to make your engine bay shine or just a replacement to get your vehicle back on the road, we have you covered. All units are manufactured using NEW not remanufactured high-quality materials and finishes to provide years of braking service.
What is the maximum throw of the push rod to the master cylinder, in other words how far can the push rod move the master cylinder piston?
What is the approximate length of the unit from the four bolt mounting surface to the end of the (black) body, actually to the master cylinder mounting surface ? I have a space constrained installation.
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