Thanks for that Part Number. I will check it out for my next swap.Don't know how the quality compares to NAPA, but Schucks is half the price for the slave.
Similar part number: SC360051
Go online to partsamerica.com look up the part. Print it out and take it in. The store will then match the online price. Should be true at any Kragen, Checker, or Schucks. It will even tell you if your local store has stock.
Paul, I like that master, looks like it could be adapted to many applications, any idea what the piston travel is? Does anyone besides Napa sell it?
To keep my options open, are there other 1" bore master cylinders that accept threaded fittings and bolt to the firewall?
It looks like the SC360051 is listed for 1994-1997 pickups where the SC360085 is listed for 1998+, I wonder what the difference is between them.
If you find any specs on that NAPA MC, please post them so I can add them to my book.Thanks Paul, I searched around and saw that master on a power wagon forum. A two bolt one would work fine for me too once I determine stroke and secure it to the firewall the proper distance down from the pivot to achieve full stroke.
Maybe my local parts store has clutch master specs.
The push rod just sits in the NAPA 35085 Clutch Master, and is retained by the boot shown in the picture. The rod is 3/8". The MC end is just rounded. On my pedal end its threaded 3/8" x 16 to screw into the pedal block.