Bestselling Automotive Replacement Master Cylinder Hoses in 2020
Centric Parts 151.65031 Clutch Hose
- Rolled copper-coated steel strip for high strength and performance
- Resistance brazed to withstand high temperature and pressure
- Terne coated resists corrosion and wear of tubes
- Double-walled low-carbon steel prevents bending of the tubes
- Highly reliable and durable
Dorman 13911 HELP! Master Cylinder Bleeder Kit
- Contains hose, clips, and differently sized fittings
- Easy to use
- Reusable for multiple jobs
- Constructed from high-quality materials for long-lasting durability
BMW Genuine Brake Fluid Hose (1M) Reservoir to Master Cylinder line for 128i 135i 318i 318is 318ti 320i 323Ci 323i 325Ci 325e 325i 325is 325ix 325xi 328Ci 328i 328xi 330Ci 330i 330xi 335i 335is 335xi 525i 525xi 528e 528i 528xi 530i 530xi 533i 535i 535xi 540i 545i 550i 645Ci 650i 735i 850Ci 850CSi M3 M3 3.2 M5 M5 3.6 M6 X1 28i
- Brake Fluid Hose - Reservoir to Brake Master or Clutch Master Cylinder
- Note: Sold by the meter.
- Manufacturer Warranty: 12 months or 12000 miles
- Please see Product Description Below for Vehicle Compatibility
8milelake Pneumatic Brake Fluid Bleeder Tool with 4 Master Cylinder Adapters 90-120 PSI
- Pneumatic Brake Fluid Bleeder Tool with 4 Master Cylinder Adapters 90 - 120 PSI
- Flush the entire brake system by yourself with this brake fluid bleeder.
- Use only DOT certified brake fluid
- Adapter Sizes: 21 To 30mm, 24 To 32mm, 28 To 37mm, 32 To 41mm
- Hose Length 1-1/12 ft.
Clutch Master Cylinder Hose Connector BMW E24 E28 E30 E31 E32 E34
Motive Products 1101 Master Cylinder Adapter
- Motive Products 1101 Universal round adapter
- Everything needed to convert European Power Bleeders to work on most imported cars
- Fits most other cars with a round hydraulic fluid reservoir smaller than 3.0 inches across
- Reservoirs larger than 3" in diameter should use p/n 1119
Omix-Ada 16919.24 Clutch Master Cylinder Hose
- Pre bent
- OE Style
- Direct Fit
- Limited 5 Year Warranty
Genuine Hyundai 41605-3X100 Clutch Master Cylinder and Hose
- Authentic Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) part
- OEM quality
- Exact part that came with your car
- Direct fit
Honda TRX Rancher ATC Rincon Foreman Brake Master Cylinder (Side Mount Outlet Facing Handlebar, Black Housing with Polish Lever)
- Honda ATV Aftermarket Replacement Master cylinder
- Fits on all 7/8" Size Handlebar
- 2 Prong Wire Brake Connection - Modification might be needed on certain Application
- Side Mount Outlet Facing Handlebar OR Front Mount Outlet Facing Front Tire
- Master Cylinder comes Fully Assembled with Extra Set of Piston Kit
Helix 12417 Remote Brake Reservoir Cap/Hose for Corvette Master Cylinder
Universal 7" Dual Diaphragm Zinc Brake Booster & GM Corvette Style Cast Iron Master Cylinder
- The booster will bolt up to most street rods, hot rods, and many other vehicles
- Brake Booster also offers approximately 20% (some say up to 27%) more stopping power.
- Brake Booster has 4 bolts on bottom that mount to the firewall with 3 3/8" spacing
- Master Cylinder Fit most GM application
- Comes with all items in the picture
ATV BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER CALIPER ASSEMBLY 50CC 70CC 90CC 110CC 125CC 150CC 200C
- 100% Brand New, High Quality Parts
ABN Hydraulic Brake Bleeder Tool – Universal/Master One Man Bleed Hose & Valve Kit for Automotive Car Motorcycle Bike
How to Locate Hard to Find Auto Parts
In the middle of a restoration project, but your stuck because the fifty year old master cylinder is beyond hope, now what do you do?
In the scope of hard to find car parts, this is a bad example. A quick search on the internet for Yugo brake pads resulted in determining they are readily available for $49.95. Who would a thunk. It does point out one thing, what you may consider hard to find may actually be very accessible with very little effort.
Lets look at something a bit harder, say a door handle for a Model T Ford. Again the internet provided surprising results. A quick order to a specialty company that handles reproduction and NOS (New Old Stock) parts for early Fords will have a door handle on its way for the price of $24.95
The point has been made, for a part to be hard to find it must really be something very limited in production run, or dating back to the beginning of the automotive culture.
Today's car collector or restoration buff has many resources available to them. The internet by far being the easiest, and most complete way to find that special little piece that may be missing from your concourse level restoration project.
All is not lost if the internet fails you in your search. You're not alone in your quest to secure that missing item.
Search for clubs that may revolve around your particular make and model. Early Ford clubs, Chevy clubs, even Stutz Bearcat clubs are out there. What your looking for may be sitting on the self in the garage of one of their members.
Find listings for swap meets, they also can be specialized events. This would reduce the amount of digging in miscellaneous boxes hoping by chance what you need will be there.
Re-manufacturing, many local companies will rebuild, or repair your existing part so an actual replacement isn't necessary. Chrome shops can make a pitted piece like new, master cylinders can have their wear parts replaced, clutch disks can be rebuilt with new lining. Don't throw out that old part, just because it has reached the end of its supposedly useful life.
Word of mouth through fellow colleagues' will spread the word. A friend of a friend of the guy in the next town might have what you need. The more people you ask, the better the odds of finding a lead.
To further that approach, running ads in club newsletters, and subject related periodicals may garner you a lead to your elusive part.
There are many ways to hunt out that one last remaining part to completer your project, sometimes the fun is in the search.