Wheel Cylinder Uprated for Roadsters
Rear Wheel Cylinder .625". The MGB roadsters have a tendency to lock their rear wheels when under very heavy braking; this can be counteracted by fitting modified rear wheel cylinders - reducing the pressure exerted on the rear shoes and producing a better balance between front and rear braking. This modification is essential for all competition cars.
- MGB roadster 1962-1980
Wheel Cylinder .70 Bore
Original rear wheel cylinder for TR3 from TS34404 to TS56376, Triumph TR4 from CT5656 (wire wheels), CT5783 (disc wheels), Triumph TR4A, Triumph TR250, Triumph TR6 with a .70" bore and Slotted Piston. Can be used for the TR3 from TS34404 to TS56376 that originally had the 5/8 cylinders, .70" is the closest bore size. Made in Italy by AP.
- TR3A from TS34404
- TR4 from CT5656 (Wire Wheels)
- TR4 From CT5783 (Disc Wheels)
- TR4A, TR250, TR5, TR6