Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 14:48:51 -0800
From: Justin VanAbrahams <>
Subject: Re: Need advice

Stuart Newbery wrote: > A problem with hydraulic cylinders however is if you replace one the > other tends to fail in a short time. > This has happened on a couple of my cars and I have been recomended > since that replacing or reconditioning both is the the prefered route. > > -- > Stuart Newbery 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... YMMV, tho... -Justin

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