Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 19:29:52 -0800
From: "John Weiss" <jrweissnopsamet*NOSPAM*.com>
Subject: Re: Need advice


About a month after changing the clutch and slave on my '82, the master went. The slave kit is not included in _all_ clutch kits (I bought all parts separately from my local parts store), though it may be included in the OEM Saab kit. If it is, I suspect the reason is that the slave is much easier to rebuild while everything down there is open. I doubt the seals in the master are "life of the vehicle" parts... --------------------- John R. Weiss Seattle, WA Remove *NOSPAM* from address for e-mail reply Justin VanAbrahams wrote in message <36C8A453.6DC7nopsam.com>... > >I don't believe that's the case. My '87 SPG, for example, is on >it's third slave but still has the original master. Saab's clutch >kits always include a replacement slave cylinder, but they don't >include a master. Why? Because, at least in theory, the master >is a "life of the vehicle" part and the slave is a every so mo >many miles part...

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