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Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #460024
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I was assured at RTCC today they are dual circuit...... drive

Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716133
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Is there a stainless option for the rear brake cylinders now? Think a rear one might of seized after about 4 years and was wondering if there is any better options now…

Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716134
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There is a company that will put you a stainless sleeve in them, it's on here somewhere, I just replace the fluid regularly and renew the cylinders when necessary it's a simple enough job and the cylinders are cheap too.


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Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716136
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Exactly the stainless steel sleeve saves old cars whose parts do not exist.

Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716165
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Past Parts will refurbish old brake cylinders with stainless sleeves. I did get a quote from them but it seemed fearfully expensive to me. In the end, I decided just to use some red brake grease to keep the corrosion at bay.

Edit - I've just looked up the quote and actually it was £60 + VAT + shipping which I guess isn't too bad in retrospect. Problem is that you can get brand new ones off eBay for nearer to £10 all in.

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Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716170
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Ok might just stick with the standard.

Many thanks

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Re: They all do that sir - rear brake cylinder [Re: Vspec] #716182
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Past Parts as per Andy's link above are very good & turn work around in sensible timescales, excellent for brake components that are no longer available


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