Re: [DML] Re: Master cylinder clutch leak fix!
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Re: [DML] Re: Master cylinder clutch leak fix!



bitsyncmater wrote:
>
>> inder has stayed completely full!...   Clutch is working great!..
>>     
>
> That's a cool discovery.  We don't really need the high temp capability 
> of brake fluid for the clutch so why not use a fluid that won't absorb 
> moisture.
>   
A petrochemical oil will in fairly short order eat up the seals in the 
system. It causes the rubber to swell and go soft... hence the temporary 
leak fix.

This is why you don't use regular grease and oil in brake and clutch 
systems.

Martin.

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