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Wilwood Slave Cylinders 260-1333


Slave Cylinder, Aluminum, Black, Pull-Style, 11 3/4 in. Extended, 1 3/8 in. Stroke, Universal, Each

Estimated Ship Date: 7/28/2014 (if ordered today) Would you rather pick it up? Select Location

Manufacturer's Part Number: 260-1333
Product Line: Wilwood Slave Cylinders
Summit Racing Part Number: WIL-260-1333

Slave Cylinder Type: Pull
Slave Cylinder Material: Billet aluminum
Slave Cylinder Finish: Black powdercoated
Slave Cylinder Inlet Size (in): 3/8-24
Slave Cylinder Maximum Length (in): 11.75 in.
Slave Cylinder Rod End Hole Diameter (in): 0.380 in.
Slave Cylinder Stroke Length (in): 1.375 in.
Slave Cylinder Stud End Thread Size (in): 5/16-24
Quantity: Sold individually.
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Ideal for drag racing, Circle Track, Pro Street, or off-road, these slave cylinders from Wilwood feature a longer-than-normal stroke to ensure full clutch release. Made from billet aluminum for high strength, and plated with a tough anti-corrosion finish, the cylinders are pull-types and have a stainless steel pushrod.


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Poor design = poor performance

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I had two of these fail on me within two months and maybe 4,000 miles. These slave cylinders are extremely sensitive to their alignment and if they're even slightly off will wear out very quick. This is due to the use of o-rings instead of cupped seals and the pull style configuration. Save yourself the headache and do an internal TOB or use a push style slave. more

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Reviewer: DAVID from MD

Date: March 17, 2014

Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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