I removed the Brake Master Cylinder from my '71 Midget yesterday (this is the
dual line unit) and was planning to rebuild it today. I got it out, drained
it, took off the reservoir, cleaned it all up on the outside, and was about to
take the guts out when I came to a screeching halt. How the heck do you get it
open? Is there some special tool to hold the spring back so you can get at the
little spring clip? Is it a two-person job? Or is it just that I don't have my
tongue at the right angle and/or haven't yet invoked the correct sequence of
expletives while paying proper homage to Lucas, Smiths, and Lockheed?
I'm really hoping somebody out there has the special step by step that will
make it all come out right so I can get the lttle beast on the road sometime
before Spring is up.
- David Booker
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