Description: Bendix Disc Master Cylinder Piston Stop Screw -Course Thread
Model: Mustang, Shelby, & Boss 302 (except Boss 429)
Model Options: All with disc brakes
Accuracy Rating: 10
Best Repro Available: YES
If you’re rebuilding your original 1967-1971 Bendix master cylinder, you will have to remove this special piston stop screw to do it. It’s very hard to remove without destroying it cosmetically or functionally. Even early seventies Ford remanufactured units commonly sold as NOS have the wrong screw since Bendix only used this type for a short time. If you’re rebuilding your original master cylinder to concours standards, consider really doing it right and replace that hex head with this 100% correct domed headed screw. If you have master cylinder with a fine threaded stop screw, you can use our fine threaded version.
NOTE: We suggest you don't rebuild your master cylinder yourself. We recommend using a professional rebuilder that’s familiar with vintage master cylinders.
Check out our Factoid Section on how to identify an original master cylinder.
NOTE: Boss 429 master cylinders had a fine thread hex headed piston stop screw.