Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 23:54:32 +0100
From: Robert Brown <>
Subject: Re: 84 900 turbo clutch

Grunff wrote: > wrote: > > > True, it may be fine without it. Mine went about 200K miles and then > > got noisy - unfortunately, I'd just been in there doing the disks 50000 > > miles previous. It's barely more work to do the slave cyl. while you're > > in there, and it might save you re-doing the job a year or three later. > > Also, the cost difference isn't all that much. It's entirely up to the > > person doing it, but I'm thinking that if I ever get in that neighborhood > > again, I'll do them all together again. > > Yup, same here. In my old college days, when money was > really tight, on several occasions I did things like replace > the clutch leaving in the slave. I learned the hard way, and > these days when I do a 900 clutch, I also replace the crank > seal, the pilot bearing, the release bearing, and the slave. > I sometimes even replace the pipe from master > slave. That > way, I do the job once, and forget it. > > -- > Grunff Yes I think I'll concede to both of you (Grunff and Dave) on that one. Your advice is very sound I think. I just looked at Matt's original post and he does say the car's gone 253 000 km. Good chance the slave cylinder's the original, so it would be an advantage to recondition it at the same time. My thing is that I really hate the mess with hydraulics. OK I'm good at it, redone many brakes as well, and I have a purpose-built pressure bleeder kit but I'm a lazy bastard and I try to avoid that fluid whenever I can ;-) /Robert

Return to Main Index

The content on this site may not be republished without permission. Copyright © 1988-2020 - The Saab Network -
For usage guidelines, see the Mission and Purpose Page.
[Contact | Site Map | on Facebook | on Twitter | Shop Amazon via TSN | Site Donations]