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  • 01-12-2019, 21:32
    mygasser
    wilwood do a 1" bore dual circuit master cylinder, i think we keep rebuild kits for them at work https://www.rallydesign.co.uk/produc...ducts_id=25478 which you could use the seals from. if you send your seals to us we can check them for a match, inside diameter will be the decider. if no good we can send them back of course.
    neil.
  • 01-12-2019, 20:02
    296moon
    I might have a nos one, let me know.................
  • 01-12-2019, 16:31
    Bel Air Lugosi




    So.... another complication. Master cylinder is leaking fluid out of the end. Works the brakes ok. Just leaks out of the end.
    The problem with that, is I dont actually know what it is or who made it. No part numbers or make name. Just that its a 1 inch bore.
    So I cant buy a seal kit. And a new master cylinder to replace it will cost me the thick end of 100 quid! Lot of cash for the sake of a ****ty rubber seal....
    It only has 2 outlets on one side and none on the other.
    So......... Until I fix this problem I still cant drive it.
  • 25-11-2019, 22:19
    Action Man
    Daaaam that think looks AWSOME ....Sedans are just great ..... Dam fine job...... and certainly helps with my motivation to push onwards
  • 25-11-2019, 20:18
    Quickrack-Alan
    Thats truly turning out gorgeous!
  • 05-11-2019, 20:04
    blackpopracing
    It may just have been a flaw in the glass and it broke due to temp changes?
  • 05-11-2019, 18:53
    Bel Air Lugosi
    The glass fuzzy channels arent screwed in. They arent attached at all. The side verticle ones are a nice snug fit in the doors runners. And the top one is just sat in at the moment. Not stuck at all.
    So Im at a loss as to whats caused it. There may have been a stress point when the glass was cut?
    The glass is a loose fit in the fuzzy channels. Slides up and down by hand easily. No obvious twist of frame. And a small amout of twist could be compensated by the loose fit of the fiuzzy channels.
    Further investigation is required....
  • 05-11-2019, 08:58
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Martin View Post
    Indeed, almost like a bullet hole; do you have a grassy knoll close by?
    Lol.
  • 05-11-2019, 07:55
    Austin Martin
    Indeed, almost like a bullet hole; do you have a grassy knoll close by?
  • 04-11-2019, 14:51
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Martin View Post
    Or else the tracks aren't parallel with each other twisting the glass.
    The pic of the broken glass had most lines of fracture coming from a single point about 6-8" back from the front at the top.
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