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Old 08-26-2022, 12:51 PM
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Default Tilton Pivoting Master Cylinders

Just completed the install of the Tilton 900-series brake pedal assembly and 78-series, pivoting MCs. Since the MCs pivot in a front bearing (in order to keep the actuator shaft and cylinder in perfect alignment), the feed and discharge lines must be flexible. Brown and Miller (BMRS) fabricated the reservoir-to-MC and MC-to-bulkhead lines. Hard lines are used from the bulkhead fitting to the calipers.

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