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clutch master cyl
#474837 Mon Nov 24 2008 12:29 PM
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my clutch has been bleeding off on my 62. I replaced the slave cylinder, which helped alot, but it still bleeds off though not near as bad. I figure I need to rebuild the clutch side of the master cylinder. Heres the big question. Can I just replace the o-ring to get me by the holidays?? Or should I replace the master cyl. If it were the brakes I would replace the master but the brakes are fine.

Re: clutch master cyl
excellant_62 #474847 Mon Nov 24 2008 01:51 PM
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you can get a kit to rebuild the cyl. IF the bores in good shape! I have had some bores come back after ball honing them, but only when they had minor flaws.


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Re: clutch master cyl
blackjack62 #474848 Mon Nov 24 2008 01:53 PM
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im afraid the master is gonna be toast just like the slave cylinder was. these are original parts

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excellant_62 #474967 Mon Nov 24 2008 07:37 PM
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Well, a rebuilt unit runs around $75.00 or so, not bad if you gotta replace it anyways!


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