Re: [DML] Re: Brakes broke..
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Re: [DML] Re: Brakes broke..



The original Girling MC's as well as all Girling brake components us a 
rubber compound in the plungers that stand up best to Castrol brake fluid. 
Does this same recommendation carry though with the new 38/62 MC's?

Bruce Benson


> The original Girling supplied parts were "proportioned 38/62"
> according to the original drawings. As time permits, I'll scan and
> post the drawing, as well as poke around in the ECA's for any
> documentation that supports the engineering thoughts behind this
> proportioning.
>
> The new reproductions were made to this same, original, specification
> and are easily identifiable by the DMC logo and part number 105543
> cast into the housing. They are only available from DMC locations, and
> DeLorean Motor Center and PJ Grady.
>
> James





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