clutch slave cylinder

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clutch slave cylinder

Post by furnacedoc » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:29 pm

Hello, I just got done rebuilding my clutch slave cylinder. then I went to harbor freight and bought a brake vac tool sort of like the mity vac, I wasn't sure about the quality but it worked great. It feels so good to do my own repair / maintenance work on my "wing". Two weeks ago I replaced my timing belts and had no problems. Can't wait for spring to show up in northern Indiana. See ya on the road.

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Re: clutch slave cylinder

Post by RoadRogue » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:57 pm

You gotta love that feeling of " I did it myself" . Good on you
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Re: clutch slave cylinder

Post by thrasherg » Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:05 am

It's more the confidence, that if you break down somewhere you feel you have a fighting chance of being able to fix it and get home!! I hate having to depend on other people for my needs.. :)

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