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    Rebuild A Girling Clutch Master Cylinder

    Check out this convenient pdf

    GirlingMasterCylinderRebuilding.pdf

    Rebuild kits are available here:

    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...p?Product=3504
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    That looks really easy, I was way too anxious to stockpile replacement parts for my car and bought a Volvo master cylinder.

    I prefer this option.

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    Nice! Thanks for posting!
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    Updated with a source for rebuild kits.

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    Just so everyone's clear: those rebuild instructions are for a clutch master cylinder, not a brake master cylinder. Brake masters have two pistons.

    Most clutch master rebuild kits come with the piston assembly already assembled -- just pull out the old one and insert the new assembly:

    ClutchMasterRebuild.jpg

    Brakeware/Fenco rebuild is less common now, so you may want to source Dorman CMK351685 (looks the same).

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    Quote Originally Posted by content22207 View Post
    Just so everyone's clear: those rebuild instructions are for a clutch master cylinder, not a brake master cylinder. Brake masters have two pistons.

    Most clutch master rebuild kits come with the piston assembly already assembled -- just pull out the old one and insert the new assembly:

    ClutchMasterRebuild.jpg

    Brakeware/Fenco rebuild is less common now, so you may want to source Dorman CMK351685 (looks the same).

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    Right you are.

    Fundamentally similar though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    That looks really easy, I was way too anxious to stockpile replacement parts for my car and bought a Volvo master cylinder.

    I prefer this option.
    Correction: Saab.

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    Rebuilding the slave is even easier. I did mine about 7 years ago. I got the kit from Hervey. But there were a few different slaves used in the DeLorean as far as internal components.
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    Quote Originally Posted by content22207 View Post
    Just so everyone's clear: those rebuild instructions are for a clutch master cylinder, not a brake master cylinder. Brake masters have two pistons.

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    WTH, Josh?!

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    Will it last longer than 4 summers???

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