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Early Morris Minors ('48-'62) and Bugeye Sprites (1958-1961) used single piston rear wheel cylinders. These are noted externally by having the brake adjuster through the wheel rather than on the backplate. There is one per wheel but we recommend replacing them in pairs.

These cylinders have 7/8" bores, the later type RBK106's (Morris Minors only) have 3/4" bores - they are basically interchangeable as long as both are replaced at a time.
These wheel cylinders are used in both the early Morris Minor (1948-1962) and Bugeye Sprites (1958-1961).
Rear Wheel Brake Cylinder | Bugeye Sprite | Morris Minor

Rear Wheel Brake Cylinder | Bugeye Sprite | Morris Minor

Rear Wheel Brake Cylinder | Bugeye Sprite | Morris Minor

Rear Wheel Brake Cylinder | Bugeye Sprite | Morris Minor

Rear Wheel Brake Cylinder | Bugeye Sprite | Morris Minor
Selected: Rear wheel cylinder
Part No: RBK105
$59.98
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Fits the following:
Sprite & MG Midget
Morris Minor
Morris Minors and all drum brake equipped Sprites have what are known as dual leading shoe brakes on the front, this means that there is an individual wheel cylinder for the leading edge of each shoe. The two cylinders for the right front wheel (FBK105) are the same and the two for the left (FBK106) are mirrors of the right. These fit the fronts of Morris Minors from 1954-71.

Two (2) are required for the right front.
Morris Minors and all drum brake equipped Sprites have what are known as dual leading shoe brakes on the front. This means that there is an individual wheel cylinder for the leading edge of each shoe. The two cylinders for the right front wheel (FBK105) are the same and the two for the left (FBK106) are mirrors of the right. These fit the fronts of Morris Minors from 1954-71. These cylinders are the aftermarket type, for the genuine type see FBK106-ORIG.

Two (2) are required for the left front.
Morris Minors and all drum brake equipped Sprites have what are known as dual leading shoe brakes on the front. This means that there is an individual wheel cylinder for the leading edge of each shoe. The two cylinders for the right front wheel (FBK105) are the same and the two for the left (FBK106) are mirrors of the right. These fit the fronts of Morris Minors from 1954-71. These cylinders are the genuine type, for the aftermarket type see FBK106.
Two (2) are required for the left front.

These are genuine type wheel cylinders, Made in the UK. Two (2) are required for the left front.
Morris Minors and all drum brake equipped Sprites have what are known as dual leading shoe brakes on the front. This means that there is an individual wheel cylinder for the leading edge of each shoe. The two cylinders for the right front wheel (FBK105) are the same and the two for the left (FBK106) are mirrors of the right. These fit the fronts of Morris Minors from 1954-71. These cylinders are the genuine type, for the aftermarket type see FBK105.
Two (2) are required for the right front.
Early Morris Minors ('48-'62) and Bugeye Sprites (1958-1961) used single piston rear wheel cylinders. These are noted externally by having the brake adjuster through the wheel rather than on the backplate. There is one per wheel but we recommend replacing them in pairs.

These cylinders have 7/8" bores, the later type RBK106's (Morris Minors only) have 3/4" bores - they are basically interchangeable as long as both are replaced at a time.
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