Re: [DML] Brake and clutch fluid for storage
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Re: [DML] Brake and clutch fluid for storage



How long is "long term"?  You really should change fluid every 2 years, but most people never change it out until a caliper is serviced or something goes wrong, which could be a decade or more.  So the standard Castrol Low Moisture Absorption (the fluid recommended by Girling) has a maximum recommended life of 2 years, but you can get more.

--
Mike



-------------- Original message from Cecil Longwisch <dmc82@xxxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

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> What is the current thought on the "best" brake and clutch fluid for long term storage of a DeLorean?


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