Grove master cylinders are the perfect choice for all Grove brake systems as well as use with other major brands that require a high pressure master cylinder.
Consider the following when selecting the proper master cylinder for your aircraft:
1. The style (with or without integral reservoir, etc.)
2. The pin-to-pin length—this is the length between the upper and lower attach holes.
3. The attach type for the upper end (clevis, or eye bolt)
4. The attach type for the lower end (cross drilled, slotted, etc.)
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GROVE MASTER CYLINDER 676-1
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These Grove master brake cylinders are priced and sold indidually.
The Grove 676 is a direct replacement for the Cleveland 10-35 master cylinder, and has a larger reservoir than the 675. The 676 has 3.05 cu. in, compared to the 675 which has a 2.0 cu. in. reservoir. The design and operating pressures are the same for both units.
No, this is not FAA approved.
It is measured fully extended.