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

Thanks all for the info.
I have already drained out the Marvel...   I pretty much did realize that it
was probably too good to be true that it would fix the leak without doing
other damage.   Sure don't want to be replacing the cylinders, would rather
replace the front seal on the master.


On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 2:08 PM, Martin Gutkowski <martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

>   ...because the seals often fail due to corroded bores (in the slave in
> particular) so while a seal kit for the master is usually a very easy
> fix, I'd prefer to fit a replacement slave cylinder (and I use brand new
> ones from Lucas, not NOS ones) given the access issues.
> Martin
> John Hervey wrote:
> >Dave, Well said but DeLorean owners also have the option of buying all
> new
> >seals from me made to factory specifications and not have the expense of
> the
> >new parts and the seals are warranted for life or as,long as the owner
> has
> >the car.
> >John Hervey
> >
> >
> >

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