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I bought a "repair kit" for my clutch master


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How do i use it ?

I plan on cleaning out all the parts then lubing the metal shaft and slipping the rubber pieces into place. This is starting to sound like porn... (hahaha)

please have a look at the pix, the parts dont seem to match ??? I think I can use the washer with the hole, but the other one I have no Idea what to do with ???

This is what I removed from the metal shaft:

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This is what I got in the package that I have questions on:

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Please advise...

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and bought an ATE repair kit. Both brands were used on 2002s; I found that out years ago when I also bought the wrong kit, not realizing there were two styles.

IIRC the FAG cylinder uses two lipped "O-ring" seals (your first picture) while the ATE cylinder uses one O-ring and once cup-style seal (second picture). Don't think they interchange. Take your old cylinder and seals back to the supplier and have 'em match it up.

cheers

mike

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thats awesome- didnt know that rebuild kits were still available- i rebuilt a brake master with a FAG kit about 20 years ago it seem to maintain the correct pressure for the additional 3 years that i operated the vehicle a (74 2002) mybe its still on the road or maybe its at pick a part in Long Beach?

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