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Thread: Replacement clutch master question

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcman73 View Post
    Thanks, I am ware of Delorean Go.
    I am looking for a complete rebuild kit, not just the seals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mburshtain View Post
    I guess CMK351685 is no longer available.
    Any known alternatives?
    Not that I know of. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mburshtain View Post
    Thanks, I am ware of Delorean Go.
    I am looking for a complete rebuild kit, not just the seals.
    What other parts? They also carry the dust boot as well.

    Are you looking for a sleeve to repair the bore? Push rod? There really isn't that many parts on it.

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    Replacement clutch master question

    Quote Originally Posted by dmcman73 View Post
    What other parts? They also carry the dust boot as well.

    Are you looking for a sleeve to repair the bore? Push rod? There really isn't that many parts on it.
    I am looking for the entire kit, but if itís not available there are other options


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    Typically you only get the "soft" parts, the rubber stuff and sometimes new "C" or "E" clips. If the "hard" parts are missing or broken, it is time to replace the cylinder. Of course the bore of the housing must be usable. Either by honing or sleeving it. There are also companies that provide rebuilding services like White Post. Getting harder and harder to find rebuilding kits, nobody wants to spend the time doing it. Be careful, most kits you can find nowadays may have been sitting on a shelf for 30 years!
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