master cylinder rebuild

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kyleboulet
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master cylinder rebuild

Post by kyleboulet » Sat Nov 13th, 2010 2:27

Do they make a master cylinder rebuild kit? took most of the break lines off and the hole master cylinder assembly and cleaned it up and the inside is nasty. thanks in advanced

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Re: master cylinder rebuild

Post by kyleboulet » Sun Nov 14th, 2010 2:38

just after I posted this I found a re-build kit for the car. If any one else is interested it's at Rockauto.com and it $16.50.

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Re: master cylinder rebuild

Post by kyleboulet » Sun Dec 5th, 2010 3:14

Got the re-build kit Wed and going to do it Sat. debating on sandblasting the outside. not sure if its a good idea or not.

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Re: master cylinder rebuild

Post by Johnny_S » Mon Dec 6th, 2010 9:15

Sandblasting is probably not necessary and could certainly cause problems if any sand or sand dust gets into the guts of it all. It all ends up under the floorboard and gets dirty really fast again. A good degreasing and a little handscrubbing should be sufficient.

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Re: master cylinder rebuild

Post by kyleboulet » Tue Dec 7th, 2010 3:56

ok thankyou will hopefully post pics of the progress

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