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Girling clutch master piston removal
Posted by Seth K [Email] (more from Seth K) on Fri, 7 Dec 2018 15:11:33
Does anybody have any suggestions/tricks for removing the piston from the Girling (re: '67 96 2 stroke) clutch master cylinder? The books I have indicate that once the c-clip and associated hardware is removed, the piston should simply slide right out of the bore...which is not what's happening at this time.
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