Empi 6112 Vw Buggy & Type 2 Bus 22mm Master Cylinder W/Plastic Reservoir

Empi 6112 Vw Buggy & Type 2 Bus 22mm Master Cylinder W/Plastic Reservoir

SKU: 00-6112-0

Free Shipping | Contiguous USA | No Purchase Minimums

WARNING: This product can expose you to certain chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
For more information go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Empi 6112 Master Cylinder With Plastic Reservoir For Type 2 Vw Bus 1950 Thru 1967. Commonly Used On Lightweight Dune Buggies And Sandrails.

Volkswagen Type 2 Bus 1950 Thru 1967
Light Weight Dune Buggy & Sandrail

Qty 1 22mm Bore Master Cylinder, With Residual Valve
Qty 1 Plastic Reservoir With Metal Threads

Brake Light Switches Listed Below, Sold Separately
Empi #98-2057-B 3 Prong Brake Light Switch
Empi #98-2058-B 2 Prong Brake Light Switch


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We happily accept returns or exchanges as long as the merchandise is in NEW condition (never been installed/mounted), complete with all original packaging, accompanied by a Return Authorization and back in our warehouse within 30 days of receiving.

  • We are unable to accept returns on electrical parts, floor pans, windshields, transmissions & engines.
  • All orders are subject to a 20% restocking fee
  • Returns sent back without a pre-approved RA# will be refused.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Robert B.

The master cyclinder works like a dream.

Logan M.
Half the price of autozone

Great master cylinder that works fine with my VW dune buggy the only fault is the mounting holes aren’t threaded and therefore don’t work with the Stock VW mounting bolts. But it was still cheaper to go buy new bolts rather then use auto zones.

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