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Master Cylinder repair.

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RLP in Co.

11-21-2020 12:51:19




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What is the order that these parts go in? There is a thick rubber washer in the kit that wasn't in the old master cylinder. It is a quart inch thick.There was a brass washer in the master cylinder that's not in the new kit. Where would it go or should I leave it out? Which way does the spring go?

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Janicholson

11-21-2020 15:08:53




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 Re: Master Cylinder repair. in reply to RLP in Co., 11-21-2020 12:51:19  
First in is a residual pressure check valve seal ring. (round Oring right side above the spring seat) next is the Check/spring seat, (silver thingy bottom right in your image). It is installed with the spring seat Dome surface pointing toward the spring. Next is the spring (end with no attachment in first, reversed from picture), next is the primary cup Plain rubber, no hole. Primary cup facing away from pushrod end of piston. Next is the Piston spool with push rod cup pointing rearward. (the piston has a new secondary cup installed facing away from the rod end as shown. Next is the snap ring collar and snap ring, then boot and push rod. Push rod link must be adjusted so piston has returned all the way to the snap ring, then a tiny bit looser to assure it does. (Maybe .025" slop). Jim

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RLP in Co.

11-21-2020 16:02:04




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 Re: Master Cylinder repair. in reply to Janicholson, 11-21-2020 15:08:53  
Thanks a lot! I think I got it together right the first time for a change!



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