Question by  kpizza (15)

How much travel does a slave cylinder on an F150 have?


Answer by  McCheese (1248)

You're not going to get more than 60 thousand miles out of a slave cylinder. You'll actually be lucky to get 30-40K. They are cheap at junkyards though, so if you have an older car, it might be worth it.


Answer by  japratt (1687)

The normal travel on the F-150 slave cylinder would have to be around 5-10 thousand miles. After this period you would need to change them


Answer by  11jbmorl (74)

Assuming no leaks, you can expect around 5/16" travel from the slave cylinder. The normal range is around five to ten thousand miles.


Answer by  mcmario2007 (786)

Well you can at the most expect 5/16 inch of travel out of a slave cylinder on your F150,this alos depends on the clutch conditions and if there is no leaks in the clutch cylinder.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

The travel is going to be about six to nine inches depending on what kind of slave cylinder you have for your F-150. Mine is a six inch travel and it is after market.

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