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    Brake Servo

    Does anyone know where I can buy a rebuild kit for this remote brake servo, seems the seals are sticking when applying the brakes ???

    Any info will be appreciated

    The car is open, the keys are under the dog !

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    Seal kits are expensive,as tehy include teh rubber diaphragm ,around the £75 mark from memory when you can find them, and you have to be very caregul to ensure the bits are refitted as they came out NOT what looks to be the logical way .

    Depending on the boost ratio Speedyspares do replacements at around £125 ish.

    Is it definitely the servo and not lack of return spring on pedal or has it been rebuilt already as that's what happens if the seals are refited incorrectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    Seal kits are expensive,as tehy include teh rubber diaphragm ,around the £75 mark from memory when you can find them, and you have to be very caregul to ensure the bits are refitted as they came out NOT what looks to be the logical way .

    Depending on the boost ratio Speedyspares do replacements at around £125 ish.

    Is it definitely the servo and not lack of return spring on pedal or has it been rebuilt already as that's what happens if the seals are refited incorrectly.
    Not to sure if it's been rebuilt before, when the brakes are applied the brakes stick on for around 10 sec & then release....strange feeling when it happens ... the foot pedal
    has the right amount of free play & setup the way it should be...might just run the thing without a servo, with a duel master cylinder...
    By the way it's a stock mgb servo....
    The car is open, the keys are under the dog !

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