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Old 12-30-2010, 05:55 PM
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Wire in the hole.???

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Originally Posted by OLNOLAN
You too Al, If you rebuild your self don't forget to hone the cylinder a little bit to give the new seals a surface to seat in. Slick bore and new seals leak every time with me. Tryed it more than once, Duh! olnolan
Just a question for you Nolan. See the bit of wire in each hole there. They go straight through to the bore and are clear in each side of the cylinder.The second hole in each side is blank, goes nowhere. Air pressure did nothing into the hole so you can see with a drop of brake fluid sitting there its going nowhere. Any clues there. Maybe just a drilling mistake at the plant where they were made.???? I hope the holes that go through to the bore have been drilled in the right position. Cant find a brand on the master cylinder casting anywhere for i.d. of it.
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